dude thats the nice puffy snow thats nothing im guessing you know alot about snow in ur area and u must know the snow that is thick and wet and icky. Thats waht you need to watch out for on that fiberglass beast
Hey man i know exactly how you feel, and when i say exactly thats what i mean....its nice to see a kitted 6 in scranton. im a freshman at u of s and that first snow sucked! where abouts in scranton are you at?
nice car. thats what i want mine to look like. i mean body wise and halo lights. what color r u going to end up painting it? just think when tons of fresh snow u can go to a shoping mall at night and do trick and crazy stuff. just wacth out for black ice. the other thing that sucks with snow is SALT. man i hate that stuff eat everything away. that why when i get my six i think i will just but her away for the winter.
I planned on having my car painted like 2 months ago but then the guy who was going to paint it for me had alot of stuff to do. Plus there are still a few air bubbles in the fiberglass that need to be filled in. They opened up after it was sprayed with primer. So now I'm just gonna leave it this way for the winter and get a nice fresh paint job in the spring. I wanted to do it pearl white but I love how silver looks too. The paint color is still up in the air. Lee
haha. It's funny that you said that. Some kid by me really thought that it was a front mount. It looked real ****ty and rusty looking that's why I sprayed it silver but I'm probably going to put mesh in there when it's done. As for the rims, I like the way they look on my car and nobody around here has them either so I like them. To each his own. Lee
Lee, your car is gunna be plowing the snow with that bumper on there. Wait til after winter to paint it because that front end will be ruined if you do it now. You gotta come up here one of these days, lots of street racing going on.
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