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Old 08-30-2005, 03:02 AM   #11
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You got skill man.

When your cars all painted itll actually look like it belongs there. Unlike Civics with Supra lights or even this guy
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Looking good, man!
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Old 08-30-2005, 03:23 AM   #12
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looking great, although i must disagree with the whole no handle approach <emergency purposes>, but, i wont pursue this further. cant wait to see it painted
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Old 08-30-2005, 10:40 AM   #13
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looking great, although i must disagree with the whole no handle approach <emergency purposes>, but, i wont pursue this further. cant wait to see it painted
I think you should do it in flat black, with matching flat black on the wheels
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Old 08-30-2005, 01:55 PM   #14
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looking great, although i must disagree with the whole no handle approach <emergency purposes>, but, i wont pursue this further. cant wait to see it painted
There is no difference between no handles and locked doors in a crash if that'* your disagreement. Or if it'* getting in when your battery dies, I've got a back up way to get in.
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You say you had dents in your bonnie?
Well well well, it just so happens I too have a huge spot where some one ( I was in a bad neighboor hood) kicked in my passanger back door ( about the size of a foot I would like to know if there is a easy way to get dents out. I swear I dont think my car need surgury.. for that dent but I could deffinatley hope that I could do something easy to get it out... please .... please help me ....
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Interested in knowing how you managed to set the shaved doors up, like cost, parts, work involved, etc...PM me or post if you would
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You say you had dents in your bonnie?
Well well well, it just so happens I too have a huge spot where some one ( I was in a bad neighboor hood) kicked in my passanger back door ( about the size of a foot I would like to know if there is a easy way to get dents out. I swear I dont think my car need surgury.. for that dent but I could deffinatley hope that I could do something easy to get it out... please .... please help me ....
I'm not even going to touch the dent in my back door. I'm going to have someone do it for me. It'* waay too big. The whole thing has to be pulled w/ a slide hammer. And that will take a long time to get right since it'* soo big. Then you pretty much need a long board to sand down the bondo after that. I don't have one. :(
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Interested in knowing how you managed to set the shaved doors up, like cost, parts, work involved, etc...PM me or post if you would
Ryan, I'll really have to look around for what used. I know I had some problems with one or more kits. I'll let you know what I can find.
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it looks like a BMW 740iL from the front like that. Very nice lights..they probably cost a good few hundred just for them.
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Thanks man, it'* a great look and something I've always been interested in.
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