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post #13906 of 15773
I'd reduce the tints rather than remove. Moderate tints are great for times you're parked in the sun, long day sunny drives... they do help preserve your interior.
post #13907 of 15773
Sigh.. I resolve one fucking thing with my car and another one fucking pops up.

This time, I evidently scraped the front left portion of my bumper while maneuvering my car's fat ass out of my insanely small garage (which I share with another car). It's not a straight shot out because the fucking house I live in actually blocks part of my car's left side, so I have to angle my way out to avoid the house. THEN, once I get into the actual driveway without having hit my neighbor's fucking car or the house, can I back out straight.

And we're talking literally mere centimeters of wiggle room between the neighbor's car and the house. During this entire ordeal, my PDC sensors are going haywire and don't even intermittently beep -- it's so close that it does the continuous beep.

Well, up until now, I've been a goddamn pro at pulling this off rather smoothly, but I guess today wasn't the day.

After passing inspection, I noticed this on my bumper:





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Any guesses as to how much it'll cost to buff this shit out?

And yes, I'm squatting like the fucking AZN I am, GOMESTAR!
post #13908 of 15773
More like a couple hundred dollar respray.
post #13909 of 15773

That's nothing. A good shop can fix it like new for somewhere between $300-400.

post #13910 of 15773
Goddammit, several hundred dollars?!

I was hoping to spend like $100, tops.

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post #13911 of 15773
That'll buff right out.
post #13912 of 15773
GF don't you think its time for you to get something smaller and easier to handle.

post #13913 of 15773
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Originally Posted by horndog View Post

I'd reduce the tints rather than remove. Moderate tints are great for times you're parked in the sun, long day sunny drives... they do help preserve your interior.

it's a good point for that situation. agree there..

 

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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

That'll buff right out.

almost. he could learn how to fix it himself also............  less than $100.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

GF don't you think its time for you to get something smaller and easier to handle.

 


Autozam (Mazda) AZ-1.   space for one hot passenger, and you could get the plates AZ-1 N .    - just for Gomestar. :lol:

post #13914 of 15773
Met up with some car dudes (one of them was the guy who told me where to get my car inspected) at a car meet for German cars. Saw some sick SICK SICK cars, including a PRISTINE M1. Lot's of classics. Dat E30 M3 exhaust.. with the stock I4 engine. Sounded so gooood. ugh I want one.

Pics to come!
post #13915 of 15773






Love these wheels.



Classic.





@HRoi



WANT.



@Huntsman



Twins.
post #13916 of 15773
What's the second to last car?
post #13917 of 15773
BMW Z4M Coupe
post #13918 of 15773
So Tesla is out for now - mostly because we decided against living in the Peninsula - so no massive commuting to justify the expense.

We have the Chrysler Town & Country, so thinking about either picking up a 993 cabriolet or E350 convertible (want something open-aired but that can fit child-seats as necessary). Still debating about this some.

Used Acura TL for the nanny.
post #13919 of 15773
Anymore pics, GF. Love the ones you posted.
post #13920 of 15773
getting a license plate with the model designation is utterly stupid, so is putting the wheels on from a newer iteration of your car
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