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Old 18th May 2013, 10:06   #796
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Meanwhile in Kerala...
That is a beautiful Laura!
The red seats don't suit the interiors of the car though..
But the alloys are just absolute droolmaal!
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Old 18th May 2013, 10:21   #797
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Meanwhile in Kerala...
Always loved the rides which came from my own state. Just drool stuff!!!
But one question..Why is Petes so obsessed with Skoda The max number of the drool stuff i see from their house are skodas. Though I love them but any particular reason that we don't get to see better mod friendly cars like the Hondas,Mitsubishi from Petes???
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The Laura looks fantastic on the outside, but I have to admit those Recaros look a little out of place inside.
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Loved the Laura modified by Pete's Kochi. The exterior has that Midas touch, especially the gun metal type alloys. I liked the red Recaro's but wanted to see what the color of the rear seats are. Also, any info of what is under the hood ?
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Meanwhile in Kerala...
Looks really good on the outside but somehow those lovely Recaro seats do not go well with the interiors; maybe because its beige. Just my honest opinion.
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A Dark Knight : Chevrolet Cruze “ON STEEROIDS”

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This Monster looks good and goes fast, The engine now produces Whooping 289BHP!

Wow !, thats one hell of a machine you have. It looks as if it was driven out of some sci-fi movie or like the transformers. Ive always thought Cruze looked very aggressive and sharp by default, but this mod has taken it to really another level... Hats off to the person who did it !! Any idea who did this and how much overall did it cost ?

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Meanwhile in Kerala...
I may be nitpicking here but are these Recaro seats of any use. Because I cant see a 5 point seat belt, if that's what was intended.

If done for cosmetic purpose, it doesn't really gel with the interiors. For these seats the whole interior needs to be revamped.

Just my thoughts, no offence.
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Just got my Honda back after a slight makeover.. Pics below
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F30 with the AC Schnitzer Kit !

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Custom coated alloys
- Blacked out H/l & T/l
- Custom bumper mesh
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- Racing blue highlights
- Rubberised door sills
- Conti 195.60.15

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F30 with the AC Schnitzer Kit !
Have seen this car quite a few times. Seems to be driver-driven most of the time. Has a sweet sounding exhaust too from what i could tell in slow-moving traffic.

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Have seen this car quite a few times. Seems to be driver-driven most of the time. Has a sweet sounding exhaust too from what i could tell in slow-moving traffic.

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This seems to be the 328i as there are front parking sensors & a sunroof,
+ a sweet sounding exhaust
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Custom coated alloys
That's very neat custom mod's done on a grey swift. The grey, blue and black combo on the lower sides looks good and not overdone. I also liked the subtle touches given to the photos, that tops it off.
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that honda looks awesome. need to slam a bit. Also you can remove that front number plate and move it to side and smooth that bumper out.
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that honda looks awesome. need to slam a bit. Also you can remove that front number plate and move it to side and smooth that bumper out.
Thanks Kutlee! Im going to take your advice on the bumper and no. plate, sounds really good , I dont know why I havent done that as yet.

Although, I didn't understand " need to slam a bit " ?

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