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Old 5th November 2006, 08:08   #41
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While I may be in the minority here, these are my thoughts:

I think it's disrespectful to openly bash a fellow members mods or accessories. If a member posts a pic of a purple 650 with M6 badges and spinners they saw on vacation in New Delhi that's great, Have at it! ( I will toss in some comments myself )
While I have seen pics of mods or color combos I don't particularly care for, I keep quiet. If the poster asks for opinions, what's wrong with a simple "not my cup of tea" or "have you considered such and such in lue of"
For a guy to be excited and wanting to share his ideas or pics with us only to get kicked in the balls can't feel good

BTW.......this is just plain WRONG!!!
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Old 5th November 2006, 15:49   #42
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BTW.......this is just plain WRONG!!!
Are you kidding!! This can not be a real picture it has to be retouched? Right? I appoligize if this offends someone but that looks like a piece of JUNK!! All it needs is a fart can for a muffler and a six pack of beer in the back window wrapped in dirty underwear to finish the job

There are many modifications people suggest that are classy and depend upon individual taste, some people like them some don't, but the mods and pickup truck stickers in that picture go way beyond common sense
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Old 5th November 2006, 15:58   #43
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what kind of car is it?
That is horrible!
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Old 5th November 2006, 21:19   #44
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Wow, curb feelers I forgot about those! Awesome, I'm gettin some!
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Old 5th November 2006, 21:33   #45
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I agree with Carlos- not my cup fo tea but not bad enough to drag him over the coals. When people ask me about my car and know nothing about it, telling them it has a V-10 is the first thing I often say.
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Old 5th November 2006, 21:40   #46
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i say debadge the car.

and if you are going to use a "V 10 badge", at least use the bmw one, not the audi one.
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Old 5th November 2006, 22:20   #47
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I promised some pics and here they are. I appologize for the dust on the car, but I just returned from a short road trip and I have not washed her yet. I used the Audi emblems because I think the BMW V10 emblems would be too large and would not look as good, in this case (my opinion).
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I used the Audi emblems because I think the BMW V10 emblems would be too large and would not look as good, in this case (my opinion).
I agree the V10 they put on the engine would not look as good on the sides of the car. The Audi V10 is similar to the V12 they put on the 760. Yours looks classy IMO.
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DrLaw, they look great!
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Don't think I would have put them on the boot lid, but they look pretty good on the fender. Think they would look better with the V10 in italics-style lettering like on the 760.
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