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Old 23rd September 2011, 02:13   #1
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M6 badges on other places

Who has badges on other places other than the stock rear of the car and sides? I think in the pic below the m6 badge on the grill looks pretty cool. Anyone have pics of other places they put badges. Also where can you get them? Is see jlev has them but only in black. I like the stock look with the chrome m6 and blue/blue/red stripe.
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Oh %^*$$ I had to look twice cuz I over looked the car at first glance ...
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Oh %^*›$$ I had to look twice cuz I over looked the car at first glance ...
well said Gery. .LOL
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Old 23rd September 2011, 14:20   #4
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I've seen some guys here put them on the calipers. When we brought our beast home, we noticed one of the tire valve caps was missing, so I ordered a set of "///M" caps on ebay. Not real noticeable, but theyre there. There are alot of emblems and decals on ebay. Obviously, most are not OEM, so use discretion when buying and for where you put them.
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The problem with badges (and fake badges) - people who don't know what the M6 is don't care, people know who what the M6 is will think you're a doof
(replace M6 with AMG, or whatever you want)
But, it's your own car, your own life, and your own money, do whatever you want
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