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Old 11th February 2013, 16:19   #511
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Same Wheels and Body Kit. Different Colour. Hmmm.
Gosh its like xerox copy. However, the interiors of this one were not similar to the pics on the link.
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Old 11th February 2013, 21:59   #512
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Do you have info on the front bumper kit. Is there a similiar one available for the Rapid. Also how costly are the BORBET alloys ?
For the Rapid, I'm positive you'd be able to get the Monte Carlo bumper.

Borbet's are awfully expensive. 14k per rim was the quote given to me some time back.


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Old 11th February 2013, 23:50   #513
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For the Rapid, I'm positive you'd be able to get the Monte Carlo bumper.

Borbet's are awfully expensive. 14k per rim was the quote given to me some time back.
Can you tell me if these Fabia Monte Carlo products can be bought online ? Any dealers that can source these to India ?

Regarding the Borbets, I got a quote of min 12k per rim from Pete's. On the other hand, I found that they were available at 7.5k in UK. Looking for someone to ship it to me.

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For those Italian fans. Punto in Black. Pic courtesy Team Fiat Moto Club- FB
Brilliant Nimish anthony, that sure's gotta be one of the HOTTEST Punto in the country.

At least on my list for sure.
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Can you tell me if these Fabia Monte Carlo products can be bought online ? Any dealers that can source these to India ?

Regarding the Borbets, I got a quote of min 12k per rim from Pete's. On the other hand, I found that they were available at 7.5k in UK. Looking for someone to ship it to me.
Pete's had done up a Fabia 1.6 sometime back. Looked lovely with the Monte Carlo Headlamps, Fog's etc.

Regarding the rims, I don't think it's worth spending the extra bucks on Borbet's. You'll get better looking rims from Sparco at a fraction of the price.

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Can you tell me if these Fabia Monte Carlo products can be bought online ? Any dealers that can source these to India ?

Regarding the Borbets, I got a quote of min 12k per rim from Pete's. On the other hand, I found that they were available at 7.5k in UK. Looking for someone to ship it to me.
12K per rim for what size?. I would assume a set of 4 to cost nearly 1L . I am talking about 17" and above.

And Petes price of 12K for a rim that retails for 7.5K in UK is very good!. Because you have to do the shipping and then 30% duty to clear them.
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Here's a Nissan Patrol modded by Mkraft designs.
There was a massive piece off roading art work.

Mods: I dint find any thread related to this vehicle or on this vehicle so posting all its pics here.

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12K per rim for what size?. I would assume a set of 4 to cost nearly 1L . I am talking about 17" and above.

And Petes price of 12K for a rim that retails for 7.5K in UK is very good!. Because you have to do the shipping and then 30% duty to clear them.
Its usually 16-18K per wheel for 17" depending on the alloy. It better if you check the design you fancy in the borbet website then cross check with Pete for the pricing.
BBS and OZ racing options are a bit better but they cost around 22-25K per wheel (17")

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That Zen doesnt deserve to be on this thread. There are better modded Zen's on the forum itself , especially in Bangalore.

That Laura looks hot . Must have cost a bomb though. I think those front bumper kit alone costs in excess of 1.5L. Then there are the Borbet alloys , Bilstein suspension , and for sure a remap.
The bumper it isn't 1.5L. Its around 50K including the LED DRL's. (DRL's alone cost around 24k). It is the OEM Laura RS bumper. The front bumper spoiler is extra Milotec one which costs around 20K.

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Wow! That is one awesome looking Beat. Very very tastefully done.

Reminds me of the green Chevrolet in one of the Transformers movie.
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...Which are the big houses involved in the mods in KL
Petes, Road & Tracks, Ford Johnny are those I know of into these. I have heard the names of Ostlers, Team Energy etc too but not sure of the depth of their work.

Those who know could add to the list.
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Most of the nice ones are done up by Ostler. Petes mostly does performance mods and suspension mods. Their cosmetic mods are limited to VAG cars. Although there is a Black Fiesta done by them but cant find the pic in this thread.

Road & Track is good with jeeps, none of their modified cars look good. Infact sosme of them are in Weird & wacky thread. Same with Ford Johny.

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Does OSTLER have a website. I haven't seen any work of his, other than a white Civic.

Pete's are very choosey about doing exterior mods. They have their set of loyal customers mostly owning Laura's where they bolt on aftermarket kits available from Milotec etc. Other than that Pete's does not really wanna get into custom mods.

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Old 16th February 2013, 00:06   #524
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Hottt!!
Are those 16's or 17's?
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