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    Yeah. It was a 5 or 6 car chain reaction. guy all the way in the back hit the car in front of him, and it just kept going down the line.

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    I've got one more year to go but I figure it's near enough that I can start looking at my first big purchase. My #1 idea thus far:



    Here's my current vehicle, though it was brand new at the time and far less dents than it's got now. Don't worry, I had to change the license plate number once I bought the car from the leasing company.



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    Woo love these threads. Major Car nut here.
    Currently own:
    2010 Camaro 2ss/rs (had for three years, primarily wifes car)
    2001 Infinity qx4(uglly grocery getting race car toter)
    1991 nissan 240sx hatchback with 6.0l ls2 bottom end+ls3 top end with a whole list of goodies, Ill try to remember to update with some pics from one of my local car forums

    Past money pits:
    2002 lexus is300 (bolt ons, body kit, suspension, wheels)
    1990 nissan 240sx coupe ( sr20det, full boltons, big turbo, sil80 front end, gutted, lowered, wheels)
    1998 honda prelude (bolt ons, NA, lowered, system, wheels, full custom fibergalss interior in my younger ricer years that was switched out before getting rid of it)
    1998 mustang gt coupe (system, intake)
    1983 Mustang 4cyl convertable (system, had big plans but tiny funds for it. Original mack daddy pony yellow with white leather and white top)
    2003 Honda cbr600rr (red, exhaust, license plate relocation, flushmounts, undertail delete)

    Going to have to dig through a lott of old photos to find some pics to post up. Currently looking for a new dd thinking used M5, M3 sedan, Cts-v, IS-f, 335i, somthing four doors thats still fun and quick for around 30.

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    Fast back or coupe? Are you a member at NICO?
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    Mature language inside

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    Use Mothers clay bar when you want to detail your car.....i used it once on my aging Benz (parts of which where the paint has swirl marks) and it made a HUGE difference.

    the Infinity looks nice. I personally think it could use some tints

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTK1029 View Post


    Mature language inside
    I... uhhh... what?

    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel_Nut View Post
    Use Mothers clay bar when you want to detail your car.....i used it once on my aging Benz (parts of which where the paint has swirl marks) and it made a HUGE difference.

    the Infinity looks nice. I personally think it could use some tints
    I clay-barred it right after I got it - first time I've used a claybar and it removed pretty much nothing. The previous owner was as meticulous as me, apparently.

    And tint - that's actually happening in a few weeks, once travel pay from this PCS comes in.
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    do 20% tints in the back
    30% up front

    Phillips will have an HID kit for your car. Go with 6000k HIDs.


    I'm a stereo guy, but i assume you wont really wanna mess around with that stuff.



    have fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by papachop View Post
    I... uhhh... what?
    Lol, it was the first thing I thought of when I saw the title of the thread. The majority of the "car guys" around here are like the people depicted in that video.

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