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Since you guys have seen my car is was bone stock. I have added a bunch more stuff, mostly performance mods but have some cosmetic things too :) Mods

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The lines you see on my drivers door are primer lines from when the original owner had the door painted and they never toke the trim off when they did the re-paint. Getting side graphs though! :naughty:

What do u guys think???
 

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looks good but stay away from the vinyl
 

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yeah there the stockers 278 and 260 i think... :cry:
 

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Originally posted by: smbmxr3
Please tell me those rear rotors are not the stick on kind that go over your drum brakes to make it look like you have discs. If so that is quite ghey.
They look quite real to me... although with comments like that maybe someone should "stick" something over your mouth.
 

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Originally posted by: 01blkcat
Originally posted by: smbmxr3
Please tell me those rear rotors are not the stick on kind that go over your drum brakes to make it look like you have discs. If so that is quite ghey.
They look quite real to me... although with comments like that maybe someone should "stick" something over your mouth.
thanks, but i'll do the moderating here.
 

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Originally posted by: smbmxr3
Please tell me those rear rotors are not the stick on kind that go over your drum brakes to make it look like you have discs. If so that is quite ghey.
LOL Thats one of the funniest things EVERY!!!! No there real rotors and disk brakes buddy. No drum shi* here!!!

They look deep b/c the thing behind the rotors is called a dust shield and its black....
 
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