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You got it Katy! hahaha. Obvs you have alot in your area then?!
We have right gash one in our area, check this out!
I must admit, i quite like the side view one, but only because you cant see that grill all much.
My comments on that forum:
Like what you have donE to the wheels.
IF it were my car, (trying to put myself in your shoes a bit) i would removed the white inserts on the grill and paint them matt black, put the standard bonnet back on, but still keeping the matt black look, im not sure on what rear lights are available but anything other than the lexus lights, remove the blue lights and fit some bright white ones, probably respray the spoiler black again to match the car, then put some white vinal strips down the side, nothing chavvy, but subtle lines to break up the black.
Actually, just staring at the pics, i'd do all the above but keep the spoiler white, but still add some white lines to the lower body of the car.
Obvousily all the above is what i would do, i think you are in the right ball park, but throwing in the wrong direction, in the nicest way possible, i think that it looks a bit chavvy at the moment but has HUGE potential to become something great with a few subtle changes.
'97 Alfa Romeo 145 Cloverleaf in Black.
Fully Rebuilt 2.0 TS Engine - Port and Polished Cylinder Head - K&N Panel Filter - Aftermarket Exhaust System with Oval Tip Back Box - 284mm EBC Turbo Grooved and Dimpled Discs - Smoked Side Repeaters - KYB Stiffer Gas Shocks - Ebiach Prokit Springs - Rear Seats & Sound Deadening Removed - 4 Point Sparco Harness - Goodridge Braided Hoses Coated in Blue PVC - Corbeau Forza Sport 2000 Bucket Seats with custom made subframes
Last edited by langers; 30-04-10 at 06:20.