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69gt6stopp Paul Stopp

Paul Stopp

Member ID: 69gt6stopp
Status: Free Member
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada   CAN
Member Since: 2016-10-08
Home Site: The Triumph Experience
Last Login: 2017-11-22 11:14
Forum Activity: 2017-11-22 11:19
Forum Posts: 273

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1969 Triumph GT6 MkII Grey Primer Paul Stopp

1969 Triumph GT6+ (MkII)
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2007 Mini Cooper S Works Grey Paul Stopp

2007 Mini Cooper S Works
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2007 Porsche Cayman S Silver Paul Stopp

2007 Porsche Cayman S
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3 Vehicles — Total mileage: 205,564 mi (330,823 km) — Average age: 1994

Member Journal – 69 GT6+ Restoration Journey

There are 20 total entries in this Journal.

Front Lip Spoiler (part 2) Nov. 2017

Posted on: Wednesday November 8, 2017

Frame Attachment Bracket

For descriptive details see part 1 of the story, this section part 2, just allows me to add four more pictures of the work. Thank you, Paul

Front Lip Spoiler (part 1) Nov. 2017

Posted on: Wednesday November 8, 2017

Front Spoiler

The front apron on the GT6 seems to be very high visually so I decided to add a lip that would customize the front of the vehicle to provide a more pleasing look. Together with this I would add an air duct to the lower half of the stock radiator to give it a more aggressive appeal. To match the very curvey compound curve was a challenge even when using a cardboard template to duplicate the angle, as card is very forgiving not like when trying to duplicate the profile onto a stiff piece of 1/8" a...

13 Sept 2017 Rad. Valances

Posted on: Wednesday September 13, 2017

LH Valance

With my left over pieces of 20 ga. alum. sheet from my door cards, I have fabricated wing valances for either side of the radiator. After making a cardboard template of the shapes that were required, I transferred this to the alum to be cut and bent. Paying special attention to what fixings I was going to use to retain the panels. As luck would have it, there was no need to drill any new holes for the mountings. I used the two existing holes in the rad. securing brackets, and the two unused hole...

Sept. 2017- Inside Door Panels

Posted on: Saturday September 9, 2017

Nutsert with red lipstick

Had decided that the inside door skins would be covered in alum sheet to provide a racer type look, as well as being lighter and more durable. I did not have any old door cards to use as a template so made up a template from stiff brown paper. One thing to note here after making said template I thought I could just flip it over to get the opposite side door but it did not fit. It appears there is a discrepancy in the door handle and window winder crank positions? Not wanting to use the stock ty...


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