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Old 07-04-2005, 10:55 PM   #1
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LET SEE EVERYBODY SSE PICTURE......
wHAT IS THE BEST COLOR FOR THE SSE..
i HAVE A 88 IN GEY.. BUT WISH i HAD THE WHITE ON... THE WHITE SSE WITH WHITE RIMS. LOOK SO HOT AT NIGHT.

what color do you people think is the best color for this car...

White

black

grey

Red

blue

Gold
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Old 07-05-2005, 01:35 AM   #2
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white on tan with white wheels I may have a biased opinion though






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Definately black with black rims, the while is nice and clean, but with gold rims they dont look very good.
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Yea, it looks like **** but I have no money to do the body work ATM. I like Bonne'* of all colors really, but the black 88-91 SSE'* are just plain MEAN. Look at Merlin or repins. I've only seen one blue one around here, and I don't think there is a gold SSE. I'd be curious to see how that looked. Justin has a white one, not sure if theres anyone around here with red either (at least active).

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Hey, captainmiller has my car in his driveway Thats identical to mine, from the clearcoat falling off to the striped hood! Wierd!

I gotta say the black looks the best. Tint the windows, lower it a bit, yeah!
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I will agree, black does look extremely good on our cars. Merlin has hit the nail right on the head with the perfect look. But I think all of our cars could use a 1-2" drop. Make the tires sit in the wheel wells, and the car would look 100x better as far as stance goes.

Next time I park my car in the backyard, i'll take a few pics showing what a 1-2" drop would look like. It really makes the car looks bad as hell.


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Black or white with Tan int.
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I will agree, black does look extremely good on our cars. Merlin has hit the nail right on the head with the perfect look. But I think all of our cars could use a 1-2" drop. Make the tires sit in the wheel wells, and the car would look 100x better as far as stance goes.

Next time I park my car in the backyard, i'll take a few pics showing what a 1-2" drop would look like. It really makes the car looks bad as H***.


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I dunno, I'm not a fan of the headlight blackouts and the four foggies, but that'* just me. I like the factory look (too bad my car'* missing foglights completely, heh). Slamming the car so that the wheels sit in the wheelwells is too much also IMO, something like smellbird'* drop on his '98 SLE would be the max I'd do.


Black on ghetto golds, gray CLOTH interior and tint.



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Not slamming the wheels into the wells. I mean having them sit flush. 1-2" drop. The dual fogs are a little weird, but the blackouts are awesome.

My fogs are out too, it'* ugly, but one of these days i'll get the bolts to put them back in.


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My favorite is dark green metallic, getto gold rimmys, and tan and green interior. Of course I am partial.
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