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Old 11 Apr 2003, 11:10 pm
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Old 12 Apr 2003, 01:10 am
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Hey that looks nice man. I assume you are going to paint it body color right? Were there any issues fitting it on the GT?
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Old 12 Apr 2003, 07:23 am
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yes, this was just a test fit. The only problem fitting was that yo just need to move it around a little before you tighten the bolts down. If you down line it up good your doors will open into the hood.

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Old 12 Apr 2003, 07:31 am
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Looks good...look better when painted...are you doing a custom theme with the hood/crusher or staying mono-color ?

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Old 12 Apr 2003, 02:08 pm
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The CURRENT plan which has been modified many times and cost me dollars dollars dollars in decision changing, is to have a crusher front end, xenon side skirts, cal-customs roll pan all painted the same color as the car. (i'll have pics of the sideskirts installed soon). After all this stuff is painted, I'm having silver tribal flames painted on the car with a green flake and pinstriped in green.

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Old 12 Apr 2003, 07:36 pm
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While your painting parts, do your mirrors!! I bought a factory set of rear flaps and had them painted body color. I'm still debating the mirrors since ther black already. The rear flaps(when painted)give the rear a lower look.

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Old 12 Apr 2003, 09:03 pm
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While your painting parts, do your mirrors!! I bought a factory set of rear flaps and had them painted body color. I'm still debating the mirrors since ther black already. The rear flaps(when painted)give the rear a lower look.
I agree with the body color painting. I also painted the rear splash guards body color. I am debating getting a pair of the M3 power mirrors with amber leds and painting them body color as well.


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Old 12 Apr 2003, 10:20 pm
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I have a set of M3 power mirrors also. They are getting painted currently too. Almost forgot I even had em. The side pillars of the car are also going to be painted to ties the windows into the body. I don't have rear splash guards anymore since I had to pull the old bumper. I'll keep everyone updated on any installs though. By the time it's done I should pictures of everything installed unpainted and painted, plus install pics (the no bumper pics).

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Keep us posted on the mirrors also. I haven't talked to anyone who had actually installed the power M-3's on a PT.


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