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Fabulous! Bill, I salute you for your skills! Too bad you are not in my area or I will let you go crazy on my 1st edition HAF 932... It begs for some modding LOL

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Thanks for the good word guys! I've been away with other commitments, but back on this one now! I made holder for replica wwII bomb. This will mount it over two of the front 120mm intake fan. Made from 1/16" thick steel that I bent, fastened together with 1/8" pop rivets. Mounting screw holes are spaced 15mm. I painted if Flat Black Enamel paint to match the finish on the Corsair 900D.

 

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Bill shouldn't the rivets be offset from the seams (or vice versa?) I don't think they normally would rivet directly on the seam, so it just looks a little off.

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Very good point, Thank you Locutus.. I think I had a case of tunnel vision when I did that... luckily, theyre very light, so I can move out the seams, by adding new ones with more darker definition.

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Fantastic! What's your plan for the exposed fan area? Are you going to leave it as is or cover it somehow?

 

For the Pinup girl, I would go with a tweaked version of the Georgia Peach with a "C" for Corsair on the cape lol!

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