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Postby Insanity-74 » Fri Nov 13, 2009 8:49 pm

The first picture is awesome and will definately be a header on one of the months for the GT4OC Calendar. :smokes:

guys...not worth getting so upset because of a sticker :shrug:
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Postby lumbercis » Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:05 pm

Lighten up people. It's car modding. It's not that serious.

Maybe he's indicating to passing females (males?) that he enjoys unusual digit-related extracurricular activities. :evil:
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Postby Brendan » Sat Nov 14, 2009 9:16 am

timmey wrote:
darthripley wrote:it looks really clean except the shocker sticker ruins the whole car.
that shocker garbage is tasteless, immature & disrespectful.


I agree. You're like "wow, this is a clean, sophisticated, badass car" then you see the sticker and you're just like "oh....thats..childish".


Really, what EXACTLY is childish? the fact I have a sticker on my car you don't like OR the fact you think it ruins the whole car? Thats like saying you wouldn't have sex with a really fit woman cause she has a spot on her face :roll:

This is childish:

lumbercis wrote:Lighten up people. It's car modding. It's not that serious.

Maybe he's indicating to passing females (males?) that he enjoys unusual digit-related extracurricular activities. :evil:


It just happens to be quite funny to ;) (females only though dude)

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Brendan wrote:Everyone's entitled to have there own opinion of things, tasteless? meh, disrespectful? only if you still live in the 1800's.

Considering it evolved there in the States (on cars anyway) as a symbol used by fast Jap/Import cars that embarrassed the supposed superior Muscle/domestic cars, hence "shocker", in races what's the issue?

Its no different to the 60's VW bugs (now commonly called "Cal look") that had "sorry 'bout that" on the rear wing as a similar taunt when they were doing the same thing, This is just updated to the 20th century, care to come live in it? It's great, steams only used for ironing now really and nostalgic fairs Wink


This remark continues the childish theme. I struggle to find a valid point here. And no, VWs thing was not the same at all. Their thing was a friendly taunt that was in no way insulting or sexually suggestive.

When I see this sticker on cars I instantly think "dumbass".

Timmey


You struggle to find a valid point and I'M the dumbass? Both "ideas" are "taunts" at the same thing and seeing as a taunt is being insulting by default, how can that be friendly?

Sexually suggestive? To a point I suppose, but its "the shocker" next time you get the chance stick a finger in "the poo" whilst you got "2 in the goo" and see if she's not shocked, bet she is, if she isn't get yourself down the sexual health clinic, know what I mean? ;)
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Postby timmey » Sat Nov 14, 2009 8:22 pm

Brendan wrote:
timmey wrote:
darthripley wrote:it looks really clean except the shocker sticker ruins the whole car.
that shocker garbage is tasteless, immature & disrespectful.


I agree. You're like "wow, this is a clean, sophisticated, badass car" then you see the sticker and you're just like "oh....thats..childish".


Really, what EXACTLY is childish? the fact I have a sticker on my car you don't like OR the fact you think it ruins the whole car? Thats like saying you wouldn't have sex with a really fit woman cause she has a spot on her face :roll:

This is childish:

lumbercis wrote:Lighten up people. It's car modding. It's not that serious.

Maybe he's indicating to passing females (males?) that he enjoys unusual digit-related extracurricular activities. :evil:


It just happens to be quite funny to ;) (females only though dude)

timmey wrote:
Brendan wrote:Everyone's entitled to have there own opinion of things, tasteless? meh, disrespectful? only if you still live in the 1800's.

Considering it evolved there in the States (on cars anyway) as a symbol used by fast Jap/Import cars that embarrassed the supposed superior Muscle/domestic cars, hence "shocker", in races what's the issue?

Its no different to the 60's VW bugs (now commonly called "Cal look") that had "sorry 'bout that" on the rear wing as a similar taunt when they were doing the same thing, This is just updated to the 20th century, care to come live in it? It's great, steams only used for ironing now really and nostalgic fairs Wink


This remark continues the childish theme. I struggle to find a valid point here. And no, VWs thing was not the same at all. Their thing was a friendly taunt that was in no way insulting or sexually suggestive.

When I see this sticker on cars I instantly think "dumbass".

Timmey


You struggle to find a valid point and I'M the dumbass? Both "ideas" are "taunts" at the same thing and seeing as a taunt is being insulting by default, how can that be friendly?

Sexually suggestive? To a point I suppose, but its "the shocker" next time you get the chance stick a finger in "the poo" whilst you got "2 in the goo" and see if she's not shocked, bet she is, if she isn't get yourself down the sexual health clinic, know what I mean? ;)


Ok,

Have fun with your thread. It seems there is no getting through.

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Postby weedman » Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:59 am

Hey does anyone know what rims these are? I have a white gt4 as well and this is the look ive been wanting!

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Postby Meurz » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:34 pm

Enkei RP01, hard to find in 17" though. :)

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Postby TomsGT4 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:11 pm

...and delete your multiple posts :P

The car looks great, and I'm glad that people still put in so much effort to keep them so clean.
Excellent photo's. Great looking car.
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Postby Brendan » Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:02 am

Thanks Tom, I know it's not to everyone's liking, but I love her :) The wheels are indeed Enkie rp-01's, 17 x 8" gives her a good stance although it could do with being a little lower I think, coilovers soon..........
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Postby TEAMFaint » Mon Nov 23, 2009 5:53 am

Car looks absolutely great.
Only thing it needs is 92-93 tail-lights and center then it`d be perfect.
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