dudes got a widebody flare kit. SICK!
and a second gas door on the driver side... probably for race fuel only.
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Last edited by GTO Drifter; 02-03-2013 at 03:21 PM.
okay, here's the good news, his resale is now in the shitter, and maybe one of us can save it one day and help it regain it's dignity...
SOLD - but she was...
split dual '04, pypes 6x4 ovals, PFYC inserts, depo tails, fake SAP mod, MGW-P (!), mavman spoiler, second mavman, i might have cracked the first one, and he replaced it anyway! what a guy!
If I found myself driving next to that, I would intentionally swerve and smash that into the nearest inanimate object. And I would continue to drag it across it to make sure it is totaled. Maybe back up and smash into it for good measures.
Then I would get out and pee on it.
smurf. That. Shit.
Tasteful and moreover practical mods. The fuel door sticker is obviously just to confuse gasoline thieves. While the large, silver, fisting-themed sticker sends out a clear message: "Too soon Junior!" to all his hardcore underground street racing rivals...
I can understand someone wanting to stickerize their car. It happens, but damn, 1) PICK A THEME, 2) Pick a proper vehicle for it! Those stickers would be better off on Chester's van!
I hate stickers on my car. Hell I hate em so much I don't even have the required state inspection LOL
i literally threw up a little chipotle in my mouth.
2005 M6 GTO (Straight Black): K&N Hot Air Intake (b/c I go hard like that!), UDP, Kooks Long Tube Headers, Magnaflow Cat Back, Non-Sponsor StreetSlayer Clutch, B&M Shifter, Drag Bags, Hotchkis Sway Bars
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