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Old 7th January 2014, 11:16   #2101
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Saw this cool looking matte-wrapped CRV outside my home a couple of weeks back. This used to be black as I've seen it a lot of times before. I must say, matte yellow wraps look very appealing on all cars, especially to my eyes.

The rims just compliment the mod job even more. What say?
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Old 7th January 2014, 14:18   #2102
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The CLS from Anish's garage looks amazing with the AMG kit and those can't go wrong BBS CHR.
The gypsy looks like business.Haven't seen it ever before.looks like a wide bodied car.
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Old 7th January 2014, 15:45   #2103
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Hi all, posting here an off roading modified car based on the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy platform, its called Monster and features suspension, tyre, differential, gearbox and engine modifications.

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like very much, looks like one of the stripped out dakar rally cars.
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Saw this cool looking matte-wrapped CRV outside my home a couple of weeks back. This used to be black as I've seen it a lot of times before. I must say, matte yellow wraps look very appealing on all cars, especially to my eyes.

The rims just compliment the mod job even more. What say?
I have seen this car in Elliot's beach couple of times. The guy had all the doors open and was playing some music. I must say that the matt yellow finish inside the car was horrible and i saw it peeling almost every where. I dont think these wraps last for a long time.
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Old 7th January 2014, 19:34   #2105
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I have seen this car in Elliot's beach couple of times. The guy had all the doors open and was playing some music. I must say that the matt yellow finish inside the car was horrible and i saw it peeling almost every where. I dont think these wraps last for a long time.
Oh. I never got to see the interiors. It's true that these matte wraps are a temporary thing. A friend of mine, who owns Modern Beauty Cars, and is an expert in wrapping, told me that it'll last for about an year tops.
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Old school is the best. A neatly modified Standard 2000 from Mods own country.
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Hi all, Here is neatly done Hyundai Elantra Escape Concept. The car has gone in for the following mods i.e the original bumpers are replaced with a CUSTOM fiber body kit with big airvents design along with projector fog lamps. Grilles have been replaced with a mesh for the look. The side skirts are elongated with a curvy design. The rear bumper is nicely crafted with a diffuser look in the center.Both bumpers have been paid attention to detail and have been embedded with simple corner reflector to give inspired from the american cars. Even the EYE lids on the front headlamps cannot go unnoticed and so does the ducktail spoiler on the boot. Moving ahead; The 16” Hyper Silver 5 Spoke Alloy Wheels are having 215/50/16 Bridgestone Potenza Tyres and the roof is given the Webasto Hollandia 300 Delux Large Sliding Sun n Moon roof. However on the Performance level the modification possibilities were limited hence there is a K & N Performance Air Filter and a free flow exhaust system which makes a nice deep exhust note from the 1.8 engine.

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Old school is the best. A neatly modified Standard 2000 from Mods own country.
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That is a very good looking car. Would i be ok in asking for more pics so that i can give a more accurate opinion?

The S2000 has always been a fantasy car for me since childhood and seeing one modded up [i hope neatly] makes me excited
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Hi all, Here is neatly done Hyundai Elantra Escape Concept
panel gaps are hidious, looks like the bonnet is not latched properly. if thats the case its a death trap.

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Kickin' it
I am sure you haven't missed this thread

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Nice picture. thanks for sharing
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Hi all, here is another decently done Gypsy. This black Gypsy has been nicknamed the ‘Black Monster’ and has been specially prepared for an extreme off-roading experience. The modifications include a body lift kit made of polyurethane that raises the ride height by 3 inches. All the suspension joints of the chassis have been reinforced. The suspension is extra long featuring 10 inch dog shackle units with Gasomatic extra-length shock absorbers on all 4 wheels, the complete bush-kit is made of Polyurethane and the steering shocker has been changed too for less kickback. This Black Monster also features MT tyres with off-roading alloys.

For the performance the Black monster has a K&N Apollo intake kit connected to a snorkel, Splitfire Platinum spark plugs EXEDDY racing clutch, voltage stabilizing equipment for all auxiliary Hella Lights and a free flow exhaust system and Mobil 1 fully synthetic engine oil.

Pairs of Hella lights have been mounted all over the vehicle, these include 2 Hella 3000 metal rally lights, 2 Hella 2000 lights, 2 Hella spread lights for rear lighting and the main headlights are Hella 130/ 100 units.

Exterior modifications consist of a 2 Seater Motorsport cabin with super metallic Black paint job and matching Vinyls. The interiors include Sparco Racing Seats with 6 point Harnesses.

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Spotted this tank like Fortuner @ sigma mall on sunday. What size are those wheels??
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Hi all, Presenting some nicely done rides from mods own country.

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