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Old 04-09-2005, 07:00 PM   #1
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It'll take some gettin' used to with them....but I think they really give the car an aggresive look
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they look better than the origs.. that'* for sure. Idk.. they look good.. definitely add to the aggresion like lakeville pointed out..

offtopic: how do you open your gas door? It'* flat!


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they look better than the origs.. that'* for sure. Idk.. they look good.. definitely add to the aggresion like lakeville pointed out..

offtopic: how do you open your gas door? It'* flat!


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Some have locks and pop open when you pull the lock.
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they look better than the origs.. that'* for sure. Idk.. they look good.. definitely add to the aggresion like lakeville pointed out..

offtopic: how do you open your gas door? It'* flat!


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did they make sse'* in that color? i think somebody needs a spoiler now.
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Those wheels make it look bad-*** man! Good Job
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that is a BEAUTIFUL example of a first (of the new gen) Gen bonnie. I love those cars. I wish my '87'* paint and body was in half as good condition... One day when i have the money i'll have it fixed like new.. but i'll keep my 87 till death do us part! (and even then i told my family to have me burried in it as a joke... i wonder if they know i'm serrious?)
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are those bigger tires also?
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15`* on there.. I belive 205/65
something like that
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