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    Senior Member Citizen's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheStoot View Post
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    I try and edit these photos and save the sideways even to try and get the to go straight when i post but they just won't. Can anyone tell me how to get this right?
    You should get pics to the proper orientation before you upload and post. Just a few clicks to rotate 90 deg (I used MS Paint to do it). It's not your software or browser. Probably your phone is set to "help" you by trying to detect which way is up when you take the picture, then auto orient when displayed. I always try to take pics in landscape rather than portrait (would have stopped the sides of your beautiful car from being cut off).

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    Hope this helps.

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    Thanks, I will shut off the auto orientation on my phone and see if that fixes things. I had tried using the editor on my phone to rotate the pics all sorts of ways and then uploading every single once that i rotated in a different way and it did nothing. Update the forum to fix this, it's almost 2021!

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    Senior Member Gregadeth's Avatar
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    Removed the front fascia this past weekend to make improvements

    Installed aluminum bars to fix the eyebrow issue
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    Main reason for removing the fascia was to adjust the reinforcement bar to close down the fascia-fender gaps. Hood was also pulled back to avoid any rubbing. Before and after pics:
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    Still not 100% perfect, but as long as it doesn't get worse over time I can live with it.

    Repainted the fascia before reinstallation
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    Looks nice.
    Rob Depew
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    Great job tidyed up very nice.. What color/shade of grey did you use?
    only from the past can we choose the correct path for the future...

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    Senior Member Gregadeth's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lwanmtr View Post
    Looks nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by cis6409 View Post
    Great job tidyed up very nice.. What color/shade of grey did you use?
    Thanks guys. I used SEM Bumper Coater 39253 Titanium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregadeth View Post
    Thanks guys. I used SEM Bumper Coater 39253 Titanium.
    hehe..I started a trend..thats the same I used when I repaired my fascias few years ago
    Rob Depew
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    The replacement shifter extension (108295) arrived yesterday so I installed it this evening and took a quick test drive with the new shifter linkage bushings installed. Goddamn, feels like a new car.
    5 speed, grooved hood, grey interior (Nov '81)
    QA1 coilovers, Delorean.eu LCA brackets, DPNW Poly swaybar bushings, DMCMW shock tower bar, Deloreana.com convex mirrors, DPNW Toby Tabs, DPI exhaust, C4 Corvette third brake light, PJ Grady tail light boards, Bitsyncmaster relays

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregadeth View Post
    Thanks guys. I used SEM Bumper Coater 39253 Titanium.
    Very nice finish. I really like the matt sheen. I would highly suggest the SEM clear top coat(either matt or semi gloss depending on your preference). It will not only help the paint from chalking out prematurely but it will help keep it from getting a modeled look and preserve that perfect uniform sheen.

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