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Old 03-16-2006, 07:02 PM   #1
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not much to say but UGLY
Classic example of when rice clashes with american
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OMFG...what happened to the Bumper?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Somebody totally molested this Bonneville


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My brother'* actually seen that thing rolling around.

Normally I say to each their own, but this body kit is barely symetrical...
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Looking straight on you would never guess it was a bonnie
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The hood scoop was formed by wrapping fibreglass around a waxed covered cardboard mold. The original bumper was first wrapped with aluminum sheeting and waxed covered cardboard, covered with fibreglass then finished with body filler.
I can picture all of the Cardboard and foil flying all over the place should that car ever be involved in an accident.
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Guys, remember a 13 year old designed the mods and a 16 year helped build them. I say hats off to those boys for originality and creative design. It may not be something I'd drive down main street but they are probabably pretty proud of that creation, and if they were my boys I'd be proud too knowing they chose a Bonny to soup up!
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Guys, remember a 13 year old designed the mods and a 16 year helped build them. I say hats off to those boys for originality and creative design. It may not be something I'd drive down main street but they are probabably pretty proud of that creation, and if they were my boys I'd be proud too knowing they chose a Bonny to soup up!
That'* what I was gonna say. I personally don't like it, but...
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All the customization design was done by my 13 year old son Brandon, and was fabricated by my 16 year old son Shawn, my brother-in-law Ray, and myself.
Gotta give the kid credit, he'* got imagination!

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Ummm, the grille is about the only thing I even THOUGHT about liking on that car.
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Old 03-16-2006, 08:33 PM   #10
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Guys, remember a 13 year old designed the mods and a 16 year helped build them. I say hats off to those boys for originality and creative design. It may not be something I'd drive down main street but they are probabably pretty proud of that creation, and if they were my boys I'd be proud too knowing they chose a Bonny to soup up!
After what you just said, I would have to agree with you.
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