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Old 02-02-2006, 04:46 PM   #11
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Welcome to the club!!
Where do you go to school at?
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You're the first Erieite in a long time
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Old 02-04-2006, 01:04 AM   #12
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welcome to the club tallbump.I live on eastern side of PA below Binghamton Hope ya dont mind I stole your calvin .YA! another PA member . Is there such thing as an Erieite. Good luck on making the car "Your Ride" with customs.
But dont forget to check out performance forums too, It will make ya start wanting to do more than make it look pretty.
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I would like to thank you all for your input. I guess I should tell a little more about my situation. I live up North, Erie Pennsyalvania, where we usually get tons of snow. So, I don't want to lower the car or get too big of wheels cause we get pot holes big enough to swallow Hummers. Also, my budget is pretty tight right now, because I am an un-employed student who also happens to be married with two children. So any mods must be economical and practical....for now.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
I guess I am looking mainly for body mods. Dont want to go to "ricey". I guess I want it to be custom, but not too flashy. Yet, anyway.
Ultimately, i 'd love to go all out with suicide/lambo doors, ram-air hood, custom paint and big wheels, but that'* all a distant dream for now.
Something that you can do which gives your car a really distinct look and is cheap is customize your grill.

For example, I used a dremel tool to cut the plastic out of the grill, then got some home depot gutter guards. I cut them to fit and painted them the same color as the accents on my car and glued them in place.
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Welcome! What is this....PA month? I'm just a hop, skip, and a snowdrift north of you (and from GXP Rules too, I guess). Clearing the corner lens makes a huge difference on most rides....there'* some before/after pics in the video link in my signature...but the pics go pretty fast....
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