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    I found what I needed. They got a Celica in locally so I snagged one side of it. More than likely I'm thinking group buy would have to happen. Need to spread the cost of the tool out and there is always a min order to get a reasonable price on extrusions. The good thing is these are long, an open shape, and little machining so it's ideal for a cheap extrusion.

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    iirc, Celica ones are a tiny bit shorter than the Supra ones.
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    They are but for what I want them for it doesn't matter.

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    Yup, but its the molded end caps that get you. 4 unique molds to do it right, or just 2 if you ignore the LType guys. We don't need the front caps with PType front flares. What are your plans for that? you may want to collaborate with George on this. He has options for plastic or poly molds.
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    I think poly would be a good option, especially for shipping as they can be rolled. As mentioned earlier, I have these moulds available:



    Pm me if you want to experiment or actually use them...cut and paste. J/K - I have new installation screws to go with.

    They're made from epoxy/fiberglass/carbonfiber - decent enough to replace missing rocker mouldings on their own as well (with minor touch-ups). Fiberglass can be painted. Shipped as a bundle.
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    Both my cars have perfectly good rocker mouldings and if memory serves me correctly I may have another set.

    That said I would still be interested in a group buy for a set of reproductions that will never rust.

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