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Old 11-27-2005, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Unmistakeable Identification.

Anyone coming up on my tail will clearly be able to know it'* SilverBullet


....and don't call it a Ricer.


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Old 11-27-2005, 06:43 PM   #2
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I learned my lesson with stickers.....
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So much for the sleeper look, huh?

Tastefully done though.
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With or without the decals, it doesn't look like a sleeper. IMO

....doesn't sound like one either.
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One pic wonder lol
I'm going for the sleeper effect myself, the 2k+ looks more sporty IMO.
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lookin good silverbullet,

People will still underestimate a bonny with sticker

But thats the only thing they will see, the back of your car
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Does a sleeper have to be fast? If so, that rules out mine.
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Does a sleeper have to be fast? If so, that rules out mine.
not really but that is the usuall meaning.......its a vehicle that is not what it is expected to be
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Does a sleeper have to be fast? If so, that rules out mine.
not really but that is the usuall meaning.......its a vehicle that is not what it is expected to be
Well, I guess mine is kinda faster than some cars on the road, but it does look like a pos, so mine'* a sleeper.
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