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Old 07-27-2011, 11:10 AM   #1
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My car stock on the lot still



What my car looked like when I got it 7 years ago. ugly!
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Old 07-27-2011, 01:56 PM   #2
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The litronics and clear tails

definately make a big difference. Are those 18's on it originally? I have the same wheels on my car currently...I would swap to the 19" carrera's like you have now if I could afford them and put up with the ride quality...they look really nice.
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Old 07-27-2011, 02:45 PM   #3
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This is what the Dangermobile first looked like (minus the new aftermarket wheels). My first mod I might add !
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Danger - they are nice wheels, can I ask what model they are?

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Danger...are you going to get a hardtop ever or the smaller window soft top?? Only thing that kills me about the boxster soft top big window.
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Danger - they are nice wheels, can I ask what model they are?

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I knew someone was going to ask that question. Those were the original Sportec mono 10 ultralight one piece forged wheels. At the time they were very exclusive and expensive wheels. I kick myself for ever parting with them .
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Danger...are you going to get a hardtop ever or the smaller window soft top?? Only thing that kills me about the boxster soft top big window.

Sorry, I have no plans for a hard-top . And, since the soft top is in pristine condition, there won't be any changes there either. Besides, if whomever is behind me doesn't like my rear window, I just push the button that activates the oil slick and tacks .
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Old 07-27-2011, 06:34 PM   #8
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Some good after shots.

With the top down on Bristol


Hardtop on, on my back driveway


My rear with a hard top
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Damn thats clean!!!! I soo want your front bumper and hardtop!!
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Thanks for the kind words.. You should take a trip out to long island one day/night. Go for a cruise. BBQ at my house! Who's coming?
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Thanks for the kind words.. You should take a trip out to long island one day/night. Go for a cruise. BBQ at my house! Who's coming?

haha nicee....You should stop by the Glen Cove meets every thursday night out there in Long Island....Alot of luxury/exotic/old school cars come through and close the street down. The shop MAC always sets this up and brings out their big boy toyz! Enzo,Murcielago,lime green m3,etc etc!
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