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Old 04-10-2007, 09:09 PM   #1
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Out with the old crap:


In with the new crap
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I know there are a lot of things wrong with the pictures as far as quality and things sticking out of the car (poles and such) but i really didn't care because it was so dirty.
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L67 swap time

anyway

take apart the headlights and paint them black, that is a SIIICK mod, and also maybe a GSX Grille, and the GSX rear bumper mod
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L67 swap time

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take apart the headlights and paint them black, that is a SIIICK mod, and also maybe a GSX Grille, and the GSX rear bumper mod
I personally dont think black HL looks good on this color. regal and century grills are different, so it wouldn't fit. And why be a poser GSX with a 3100?
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so what are your plans for it?
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so what are your plans for it?
1 clear the front corners
2 replace the brakes (my mom must not have noticed the obvious squeek and pulsing)
3 LIM gaskets (yay 3100)
4 replace the HU so I don't have to use a tape adaptor for an mp3 player
5 Put the rest of the audio system I had in the bonneville into the car.
6 paint the steelies
7 give it a bath and take pictures that are worth showing Laughing
8 possibily tint all the chrome with VHT
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not bad...
are you just gonna paint the steelies black?
is this just a temporary car or is it your permanent car now?
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well it certainly needs some wheels but umm not bad otherwise. ultra old person car, but with some flair, it'll be one nice ride.
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so what are your plans for it?
8 possibily tint all the chrome with VHT
That works??
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not bad...
are you just gonna paint the steelies black?
is this just a temporary car or is it your permanent car now?
Probably just black or glossy black. Its 1-2 years "temporary"

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so what are your plans for it?
8 possibily tint all the chrome with VHT
That works??
Assuming its clean I dont see why it wouldn't. Haven't tried it yet though.
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did someone find king'* bend park?


Looks good for the temp car. Should stop over. I have some red and green paint for those rims
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