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Old 13 Apr 2008, 06:46 pm
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Default What Modifications Would You Do To This Car? (pics)?

http://maco87.bebo.com/PhotoAlbumBig...d=7266646943Ok The Sign On The Top Of The Car Is Company Advertisment , The Car Sales Garage which i Bought It Off
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put on a full body kit on,swap the engine(red top) ,put a big turbo charger new suspension and a bigger brake cause u need to stop!!!
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Old 13 Apr 2008, 07:16 pm
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I'd get it a good painting, any color. Then, new windows. New tires, and get the thing off the top unless you work at Mazzio's.
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I would leave it alone. Looks a nice car
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I would tint the windows and professionally lower it an inch or two and just leave it alone . Well maybe remove the sign off the top of it .lol . Don't go crazy modifing it , you'll just ruin the look of it.
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First, I'd take that ugly-ass sign off the roof.Seriously, it depends entirely on your own personal taste. Some people would like it as it is - I personally think that it presently looks like a chunk of coal - but that's just me. I'd definitely break up the car with a subtle pin striping on the sides and go from there.
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Get rid of it and buy a Chevy 4x4.
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First off, do a swap perferably b-series,(its pretty cheap and strong for that engine). Then get a nice coilover full suspension,(to drop the car a lil bit). Also, do upgrade for ur brakes like dual piston calipers and bigger rotors for better stopping power. Dont forget to tune the car. U are ready to go. If u want more power in the future u can always build the engine with internals and get a turbo.
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Black 17" wheels,brembro brakes,b16 swap,turbo.NO BODY KIT!
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save all that cash and buy an s2000
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