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Old 07-17-2006, 09:22 PM   #11
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lol You'r car actually looked kinda cool w/o a spoiler.
And mine dosen't?! :P

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AHHHHHH! PUT IT BACK ON!!!




Hey Pete, can you repaint the rearend of my car? lol
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I'll pass. I have to say that All Bonnevilles 92+ HAVE to have a spoiler to look good. Otherwise they look really cheap to me IMHO.
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I'll pass. I have to say that All Bonnevilles 92+ HAVE to have a spoiler to look good. Otherwise they look really cheap to me IMHO.
You just have my weight savings :P
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I'll pass. I have to say that All Bonnevilles 92+ HAVE to have a spoiler to look good. Otherwise they look really cheap to me IMHO.
You just have my weight savings :P
I should've thought before I made a comment like that considering your car doesn't have a spoiler. It doesn't make it any less of a car, it just looks a little odd to me.
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I'll pass. I have to say that All Bonnevilles 92+ HAVE to have a spoiler to look good. Otherwise they look really cheap to me IMHO.
You just have my weight savings :P
I should've thought before I made a comment like that considering your car doesn't have a spoiler. It doesn't make it any less of a car, it just looks a little odd to me.
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lol You'r car actually looked kinda cool w/o a spoiler.
And mine dosen't?! :P
and me too?
I love the way the bubblebutts look, but something about the black with the tinted lights and lack of spoiler that makes the rear of that car look really clean.
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Looks real sharp, Pete. Do you do your own body work & paint? Nice work there.
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Wow... seeing one without the spoiler, it kinda looks odd. I don't think I could survive without one.

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You going to paint the whole car right? Because it just seems a bit weird to paint the spoiler and the bumper and leave the other panels stock. The faded black would show up dramatically but looking good bud!
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