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This dude got cold feet about purchasing a Liberty Walk widebody kit for his 458. Then went one better and sourced a Ferrari GT3 widebody kit that isn't usually available to the public.

TJ Hunt rebuilt a smashed Ferrari 458, and he loves it. His dream though is to make it a widebody but, when he flew to Japan and saw the Liberty Walk kit, he got cold feet.

Fortunately, that wasn't the end of it. A friend mentioned he may be able to help TJ get an official Ferrari GT3 widebody kit that the Italian firm only sells to racing teams.

Seven months later and the carbon kevlar kit became available. We join TJ and his pal Calvin as they start the install. Inevitably, there are challenges, such as keeping all of the electronics and hardware that the racing cars don't have. This includes items such as the park distance control and dual windscreen wipers.

These guys aren't professionals, and there's no instruction manual for installing this kit, so it's interesting to see how they figure out how to do it.

This is part 1 of the series, so we will keep you updated with their progress as more videos become available. In the meantime, check out their progress so far.

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