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Old 09-28-2019, 11:07 PM   #1
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What's the difference between these two kits, other than that the v1 comes with a bumper. Also, any other wide-body kits for a 4 door?
https://carbonfiberhoods.com/vsaero-...an-105725.html
https://carbonfiberhoods.com/vsaero-...an-105728.html
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Old 09-29-2019, 12:01 AM   #2
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Looking at those, I can't help thinking about how much maintenance and how many OEM parts I could get for $900........

Best widebody "kit" is to fit M3 pieces:



But that's $$$ since the rear is all custom bodywork.
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That M3 sedan conversion is sooooo beautiful! I never get tired of looking that photo.
If only it was a slick top.
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Old 09-29-2019, 12:24 AM   #4
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That M3 sedan conversion is sooooo beautiful! I never get tired of looking that photo.
If only it was a slick top.
Only thing I hate are the blacked-out kidneys. Those only work on a light-colored E46, IMO.
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That M3 sedan conversion is sooooo beautiful! I never get tired of looking that photo.
If only it was a slick top.
Properly done M3 sedan conversions are gorgeous. BMW should have offered them. Interestingly, I don't like it on the touring. For some reason the M3 body conversion on the touring just looks clunky to me. I can't put my finger on it.
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What's the difference between these two kits, other than that the v1 comes with a bumper. Also, any other wide-body kits for a 4 door?
https://carbonfiberhoods.com/vsaero-...an-105725.html
https://carbonfiberhoods.com/vsaero-...an-105728.html
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