Haven't been here in a while, made some changes to the front end of my car (wrecked)

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  1. D1984

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    On Dec. 28th I had a lady run into me at a stop sign and screw my car up. Destroyed the front left of the car. Suspension, bumper, fender, etc. all messed up. Anyways, I took the opportunity to add a few things and change some things up. Bioss 302S grill, Boss 302 street splitter, new headlights, Boss 302 Laguna Seca (replica) wheels, and one thing you can't see is the Steeda competition control arms which I was about to do anyways.

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    It looked good before and now it's a different kind of good. Nice camber tuck action going on too. I always liked the 11-12s better than the newer Yotes.
     
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    Looks sharp.

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    RocketcarX 95% of my weight is fuel

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    I did the same thing with my fog lights, I like it man
     
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    Looks awesome. Also glad the damages were all covered and that nobody was seriously injured :waytogo:
     
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    Great looking upgrades. And getting it paid for by the other persons insurance company is a bonus.
     
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    Iceman62 Bullitt 6005

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    Not the way you wanted to mod the front (e.g. accident hit), but definitely an awesome outcome. Great job!
     
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    TGR96 el blanco nino

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    I kinda liked your original set up better, but I can understand the desire to change things up. Both versions look great.
     
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    Thanks guys. Yeah the original look was cleaner, but I definitely wanted a change and like how much more aggressive it looks now
     
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    I definitely like the new iteration mo betterer.
     
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    Looks great, so pissed off looking now. Sucks for the accident, but at least there is a positive outcome.
     
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    Beautiful car. What wheels were installed in the 'Before' photo?
     
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    Beautiful car, would be proud to drive either one.
     
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    Both're definitely sharp, but I'm likin the boss grille better. The mirrors plasti-diped?
     

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