LOL ..the original music was Bob Dylan "The times they are a changing" but ///Pulo complained it made his head hurt, so I changed it to Bob Segar's best song.Ah, Bob Seger.... and the legendary boot lid...what a combo!
i rekon save up more and buy the OEM m-tec II bar. if youve got it looking like that, dont skimp and get a bar that doesnt have 100% fitment.LOL ..the original music was Bob Dylan "The times they are a changing" but ///Pulo complained it made his head hurt, so I changed it to Bob Segar's best song.
I am stuck in the 70's.
As to the car, in real life it looks almost show room good. I only wish I could afford some nice mods.
When I can I will tint windows, new 18" wheels but no drop, Replica M3 bumper. All in the fullness of time. I won't sacrifice ride by dropping the car. It looks great but I don't like the trade off.
i did purchase a rep bar for my previous car, and fitment was not 100% compared to OEM. that being rep bars can be made to fit 95% but thats not good enough in my opinion, which is what i was providing before.You speaking from experience?
You are right. I am just figuring out how to video a car to its best advantage. Next time I will try and do it a bit better. Using a decent camera would help too. I only had a cheap little digital still camera that also takes a bit of video.Video doesn't do any justice, but it does appear to look very clean
This is how it used to look when I bought it and I loved it as it was;fgin,
How about posting a few pics so I can see your car? I'd like to see how a facelift looks with nice wheels, bumper but no drop.