APG Ranger RAMBLER

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    That is awesome and a great price for all of that.

    I need to sell something. Does the $15k include painting?
     
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    Yes it does! All paint and body, alignment, etc.. out the door price as they say..
     
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    Are the panels something I could do myself, bringing my truck across the country would be a bit to much. Also how would the carbon fiber hold up in a wreck? I’m a pretty save driver but of course you’ve gotta account for worst case scenarios
     
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    The conversion consists of replacement body panels, not overlay flares, so a shop with significant composite and body experience with paint operations is needed. Your outer skin panels (fenders, door skins, bedside skins, etc, typically provide cosmetic and Aero characteristics, your inner support structure is what matters in respect to safety. For sake of conversation and to play devils advocate, our Carbon panels are far stronger than any 16-20 gauge aluminum sheet metal. Carbon Fiber is used heavily by Military, Aviation, and Aerospace industries for that reason.

    We are building trucks for customers all over the east coast, we can arrange for a transport carrier to conveniently pick-up and drop the vehicle off when completed. Feel free to reach out anytime
     

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