Yup, could see it pretty well, just had to look for the nicest looking shell out there
The rip pattern is nicer than a lot of the other plainer schemes around, very eye catching.
I was glad it was at Carlisle, there's nothing really to hit, you just run onto grass and get the chassis covered in cuttings
I'll have to start doing my own shells soon, maybe try copying the Alfa, or atleast the pattern, with slightly different colours.
I spent plenty of time mounting the shell so the wheel arches are nice and small but here's a tip, don't glue tyres minutes before your final while the shell is on, I was on my way to pick up the transponder and trying to pull the rear wheel arch off the tyre
didn't take up much paint thankfully.
My Cuda was down to a more normal noise level yesterday, got the diffs shimmed so they were free spinning but not moving side to side. Pushed away from the small bevel gears within reason. Had to replace one small bevel gear and shimmed it by putting one bearing on the gear then the shim so the shim sat inside the alloy shaft holder. The other was left as I'd done it before, the shim on first but when it comes time to replace it I may go for the middle option. It was the quietest I've had the car in a long time, I could hear my motor screaming like a mod often does at the end of the straight