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Old 11-01-2006, 05:01 PM   #1
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Please tell me its photoshopped
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:57 PM   #3
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Hey homechicken, I don't think the pictures are showing up.
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:01 PM   #4
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Redman and I see them. Maybe they're the Emperor's new pictures.

Hey look! My 300th post, and it's completely useless as usual!
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I can't see them either. Maybe Mrs. Grizzly can help you again!!
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I can't see them either. Maybe Mrs. Grizzly can help you again!!

AAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!! She's already asleep.
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to be honest with you, as useless as that is, i wouldnt mind having that on a show car, but not on a daily.
its unique enought to drive a porsche
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its unique enought to drive a porsche

I like the way you think!
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:20 PM   #10
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This came up a few months ago. I think it was a post from ToolPants.

I think those "lambo" door hinges are very-very expensive. I have heard north of $5,000 for come cars.

It's hard getting out of our cars now, because they are so low, imagine trying to get past those doors.
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Be fun smacking my head into those dopey doors every time I got out
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Be fun smacking my head into those dopey doors every time I got out

They make it cool but not safer. Now he has to go to hospital every night.
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:56 PM   #13
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I can't help but giggle a little bit. Those doors on a Box are a little rediculous... Those "Lambo" doors would mean I'd be doing the "Limbo" just to get in the damn ride... Just wrong style car for it - I say.

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Wow...retarded.
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I know the windows drop a little when opening the door, but how would they go clearance wise relative to the soft top being up???
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I know the windows drop a little when opening the door, but how would they go clearance wise relative to the soft top being up???
And how do you get out of the car if it rolls over?
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I love it. Can you use the doors to slice your deli meats on the way to the farm.
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: Yo! I was wondering do these doors come with an extended hook so
you can close them once sitting in the car, or maybe they are remote controlled? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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you guys are a bunch of haters...don't make fun of my car. yes i admit, been thru emergency room 4 times already to put stitches on my head coz' of that darn door....ehehehehehehehehe!
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