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Yes 19 76.00%
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I would never use a bra no matter what the position! 4 16.00%
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Old 07-15-2003, 01:02 PM   #21
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Lol just couldnt resist it eh?
Nope, I had to
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Old 07-15-2003, 06:32 PM   #22
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Well if you look at the people who have car bras in their sigs you can tell what it looks like. And wills does look kick ***!
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Old 07-15-2003, 06:58 PM   #23
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Check out this option

www.shieldpro.com

My dad got it on his 2K Jet VR6 and I'm doing the headlamps in red on the District
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They keep saying virtually invisible, i think the bra'* give a sporty kinda look to them, and i don't want plastic all over the front of my car. How do you treat that/clean it once it'* on...
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I'll take a pic of it on my dads car. Its already done and it basically becomes one with the car. You clean it as you would normally wash your car.

Same with the headlamps
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I can see why you'd wanna do it, but the headlights, and mirrors are the only thing i'd wanna do it too.. It doesn't appeal to me really, and it looks kind tacky IMHO, specially on that porsche on their site. Maybe if i saw better pix.

Oh yeah I CAN"T AFFORD THAT either..
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Its totally clear urethane....not to tacky I thing. We had it done to the car. Can't even see its there.

But whatever work best for individuals I support
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If you're interested in the Focus Auto Design Hood Deflector, the product can be ordered from the retail distributor in Seattle:

www.autoseattle.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=hd1622
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Looks good aukc, and thanks for the info, but my problem is more with my bumper and lower air dam than with my windshield. I ordered a bra off of jcwhitney.com a couple of days ago so is should be here by the time school starts back up.
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