Wash, Wax, WOW

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by PKP80, Aug 27, 2006.

  1. PKP80

    PKP80

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    I am not one for washing the 80, I like it dirty, but every now and then it needs to get a little temporary bling for the sake of Southern California living. SO, since I don't have the time to donate toward the asthetic appeal of the rig, I took a much needed study break and went down to the local hand wash joint and worked out a little deal to get all the good stuff done. Realized it was going to take some time I whipped out the books while these guys worked their magic.

    We ALL LOVE pics no matter what, so here are a couple, my fellow 80 brethrin.:cheers: Sam

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    Jeez it looks alot different than last year's Surf n Turf!
    Looks great Sam! Is that Matt's front bumper on permanent loan or something?

    The Jeep looks the size of a Honda Fit next to yours!
     
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    Thank you, yes just a little different than last year. It is Matt's bumper, and it's still his I'm just "maintaining" it for him. I'll probably jump on a bumper as soon as I can get the money together, the new slee said to come out soon is looking mighty fine.
     
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    Looks great!

    I noticed in your 2nd pic, your driver's side light on top looks pushed back like you ran it into a low flying airplane or something...
     
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    Amazing cruiser. That thing looks incredible!

    Also, where did you get that billet grille at?
     
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    Is that a 2" body lift? You need bigger tires!:flipoff2: Nice rig!
     
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    I made the billet custom, 2" body indeed....as soon as the wallet can take the hit, we'll get some bigger ones
     
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    Sammy,

    Rock that bummer as long as you like, I'm just glad to see some part of my rig getting some use.

    -Matt
     
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    Wow - James said it all - what a change! Nice Sam - now get on that next case study!
     
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    Who makes that bumper? I can't read the lettering on it. I likey!!!!
     
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