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Old 01-16-2008, 06:43 PM   #21
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Yea there are a few mainly the garage ones but I am really just doing that for sound. I had to say that yours really at not anything that I did. Maybe expect for the engine one and mine is just as good as yours maybe a bit better quality of video. When summer comes I will take the time to get some better ones. I couldn't even see your speed when you did yours at night the quality of those ones are pretty bad. Might want to redo those.
well all my vids are off my 1.3Megapixel camera phone. thats y the quality sucks. u shoulda looked around to show the whole engine bay and maybe revved a lil louder. and a walk around of ur exhaust woulda been better then a pull in and out from under the car. wanted to see ur car and didnt get much from those vids. plus its a lil harder for me to video tape and wheel myself around at the SAME time. only got 2 hands
Yea I hear ya there would be nice to have a better set of hands. When i get some more time like i said prolly during the summer(gotta love winter in wisconsin) I will do some more! I will video the car inside and out! Especially after i get the other neons put in.
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When I first saw the pic of your instrument cluster, I thought you custom painted flames on it.
The car looks sweet though.
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Old 01-16-2008, 07:32 PM   #23
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When I first saw the pic of your instrument cluster, I thought you custom painted flames on it.
The car looks sweet though.
That'* what I thought

Car looks good!
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When I first saw the pic of your instrument cluster, I thought you custom painted flames on it.
The car looks sweet though.
That'* what I thought

Car looks good!
It actually looks pretty sweet.
Well there'* another summer time project I can try
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Do we have a confirmation on the mileage?

Also, since you have a really dark exterior color, possibly black, tinting your tail lights is inarguably necessary. I like a lot how clean your car is, so good job on that. I believe the mileage starts with a 6 or something, but I can't tell with your dashboard being on fire. Still, it'* really good for such use.

So, is this your daily driver?
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Yea its 75025 and yes its my daily driver!
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That'* very interesting. So, it'* about 15K miles per year? That seems like a nicely taken care of car. Very nice.
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That'* very interesting. So, it'* about 15K miles per year? That seems like a nicely taken care of car. Very nice.
Yea 15k at the most if that really. I really like to have a clean car inside and out. I don't even use the floor mats any more unless i am going some where nice. The only thing i don't like which i can't really change at the moment cause it was like that when i bought it. Is there is some scrapes below the front fog lights. Person before me must of hit one of those cement things when you park in places. The car seems to be lower the most the side skirts make that i guess. Then on the driver side front bumper there is a area with scratches like a small brush with someone. Then when i went to a brew game last summer some one must of use a knife and cut a line in my rear bumper. Other then a normal scratches and what not, you really can't tell those on the road. It really gets under my skin though when i wash it and it looks good like in the pic but i see all of those. I would love to get a whole new paint job someday but that won't be cheap lol.
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That isn't obsessive at all! I wish both my Bonnevilles were kept so clean, but it'* just the 99 SLE for now. Good work!
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That'* very interesting. So, it'* about 15K miles per year? That seems like a nicely taken care of car. Very nice.
Yea 15k at the most if that really. I really like to have a clean car inside and out. I don't even use the floor mats any more unless i am going some where nice. The only thing i don't like which i can't really change at the moment cause it was like that when i bought it. Is there is some scrapes below the front fog lights. Person before me must of hit one of those cement things when you park in places. The car seems to be lower the most the side skirts make that i guess. Then on the driver side front bumper there is a area with scratches like a small brush with someone. Then when i went to a brew game last summer some one must of use a knife and cut a line in my rear bumper. Other then a normal scratches and what not, you really can't tell those on the road. It really gets under my skin though when i wash it and it looks good like in the pic but i see all of those. I would love to get a whole new paint job someday but that won't be cheap lol.
I know what you mean, I have the same problem at the foglights.
My car will look so clean and then someone will do a walk around and notice the scratches by the foglights. :(
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