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Old 02 Feb 2004, 11:07 pm
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Stage I of Exterior mods is 66% done with the install of my PTeazer rollpan and the painting of my M3 mirros...





Now I just have to be patient enough to see if the paint cures to my stock color. If not...
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Old 02 Feb 2004, 11:16 pm
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saki thats sweet girl [^]
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Old 02 Feb 2004, 11:22 pm
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damn those econo line mother*#!$@*!!! When I used to have a non-turbo red pt, the guy who painted my front bumper painted it a couple shades too light......most people noticed it but I had to learn to live with it.
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Old 02 Feb 2004, 11:24 pm
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damn those econo line mother*#!$@*!!! When I used to have a non-turbo red pt, the guy who painted my front bumper painted it a couple shades too light......most people noticed it but I had to learn to live with it.
Well if I remember correctly, my hood came out similarly...but now its perfect...Ive got my receipt so If its not cool in two weeks, Im leaving it there so they can get it perfectly.
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Looks great sakigt!
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Looking VERY NICE!!! [^] [8D]
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Old 03 Feb 2004, 12:41 am
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Looks great Saki!
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Old 03 Feb 2004, 03:10 am
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saki---very nicely done! i like clean smooth lines.

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Old 03 Feb 2004, 03:15 am
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Awesome car Saki! I love the way that rollpan looks; was admiring one on a local Cruiser the other day when I picked my pooch up at the groomer - yours looks great!
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Old 03 Feb 2004, 04:53 am
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While I love the look, I've gotta say those smooth rollpans just
make me cringe. The reason for that is there's no room for
minor mishaps to just bounce off the bumper and not hit the
rear hatch. I'm in the middle of getting the back of my PT
fixed because I got rear-ended on my way out to Vegas for New
Years, and it is $$$. [xx(]
Even with the stock rear bumper, the bozo behind me managed
to mangle both the bumper and the bottom of the rear hatch,
plus crack the rear floorbed for the entire width of the car.
Right now it's looking like $2500, not including whatever else
they find when they start taking parts off so they can see
what might be covered up.

Paul
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