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Old 19th December 2013, 15:32   #1981
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Totally Drooled and loved the red lines . If possible try posting some front views as well , I remeber seeing this somewhere in FB,since the racing stripes in red end up very nicely towards the front. Fit to be a ride for Darknight
This has already been posted to our 'Supercar & Imports in India' thread. Have a look (Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 in India!)here
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This looks like a vinyl job, and not actual paint..
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More of Honda from mods own country
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Hi all, Here's another from Pete's& Racetech have put together another awesome sounding M3 with the power to match. Valvetronic remote controlled exhaust can be modulated to be silent or loud.

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Now that is one incredibly sexy city.. drool!!
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Hi all, Posting a Lamborghini done in Matte Black by D.A.D Customs mumbai. Looks neat to me and really its sporty persona is further enhanced. I wish you all too like this car.

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Beautiful! I am NOT a big fan of wrap, but this is incredibly tasteful. Just love the way the red is kept minimal and still remain highlighted and gels so well with the car.

Wondering which car was used to capture the first pic!

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Hi all, Here is Autopsyche's new off-road stunner i.e a Toyota Fortuner running on Ironman 2" Lift Suspension, Ironman Front Bulbar Bumper, Ironman Snorkel Intake, 17x9.5 Lenso Project D Spec G Wheels and 265/70/R17 Maxxis Bighorn M/T Tires. Hope you all like it...
Agree with some of the comments. The ORVM chrome has to go! Plus the bull bar is hiding the front character to a big extent; otherwise it does look brutal.

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I have seen some really funky colors on the alloy wheels on cars from kochi, i have a symphonic Silver type 1 lancer with a multi spoke design, currently painted in gun metal, i was looking at an alloy upgrade and the biggest show stopper is the set of 15" yoko es 100s. i wanted 16", so with the current delima, could anybody suggest a good paint scheme for my old alloys ?


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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon. Pic courtesy R&T, KL
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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon. Pic courtesy R&T , KL
The Bolero Wagon looks really good. Great work and it can fool quite a lot of people.
Any pics of the interior?
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That Bolero masquerading as a G-Wagen is going to fool naive people through the roof. And how! Now that's what you'd probably christen as a tastefully copied car!
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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon. Pic courtesy R&T , KL
R&T does brilliant job of such body work. They seem to put a lot of commitment and probably the only downside is they are way too expensive. That's not only for the work they do but even the accessories they sell.
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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon. Pic courtesy R&T , KL
Been wondering how those G-wagen mods turned on the Boleros ever since their WIP pictures surfaced. I was under the impression that the owner(s) were changing the front windshield as well. That doesn't seem to be the case with this vehicle. R&T were doing up 2 or 3 Boleros at once, weren't they?

Very few people would be able to tell that it's a replica, although those rear wheel arches are a dead giveaway. Brilliant execution nonetheless.
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Hi all, Modified adventurous Thar from R&T. Looks very aggressive and bold. Typically outstanding job.

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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon.
Amazing workmanship! Just need to remove those two antennas at the rear.

And maybe add Active Sound Design ala BMW to mimick the AMG burble.
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Bolero transformed to Mercedes G wagon. Pic courtesy R&T , KL
For a moment I did fell prey to the trick The Front part and the grille does the perfect con job ,aint it ? Brilliant workmanship and for the fit-finish. The cuboid lines of the Bolero makes it a very good choice for this copy job.
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