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Thread: OT: chrome wide body m3

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    This thing reminds me of that guy from Terminator 2 when he showed his true form. It's supposedly s/c'ed and fast as hell.







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    looks gay as hell if you ask me, laguna seca blue would be better

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    With all the light it must reflect how is it even legal? Not mention what was the owner smiking when he say "yes" to that?!?
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    He should get another one and paint it with glow in the dark paint so he can have two of the more ridiculous distractions out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by angrypancake
    This thing reminds me of that guy from Terminator 2 when he showed his true form. It's supposedly s/c'ed and fast as hell.





    I wonder how much it cost to have that done? Not that I want to do it to my car, I just wonder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uscharalph
    I wonder how much it cost to have that done? Not that I want to do it to my car, I just wonder.
    It's actually paint, not your traditional chrome. I've read that the process they came up with for doing it took a decent chunk of time and working out the kinks, so it wasn't very cheap. Re: legal on the road - It's a show car. It doesn't go on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun
    It's actually paint, not your traditional chrome. I've read that the process they came up with for doing it took a decent chunk of time and working out the kinks, so it wasn't very cheap. Re: legal on the road - It's a show car. It doesn't go on the road.

    it's about $30,000 in paint and processing. Its still only $45k if you put it on the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon K
    it's about $30,000 in paint and processing. Its still only $45k if you put it on the market
    Then I'm definately not doing it to my car! LOL!!!

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    Its hot for someone else's car. I wouldn't do it to my car, but its neat to look at for sure.

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    reminds me of predator when he's invisible
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