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Old 10-27-2011, 08:17 PM
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what a douche:

I WILL NOT REPLY TO "Do You Still Have Them?"

If This Ad Is Still Up Than Yes I Still Have Them

I am going to send him a bunch of those "Do You Still Have Them?" e-mails.
People in columbus are some of the most ignorant douches you may ever meet.
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:42 PM
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How bout just using some dual beam fog lights and make some kind of mount for them .
I've kind of been thinking that route as well, and I've even cruzed the local junk yard for some kind of take off's that might work. I just don't want it to end up looking like the old Bricklin GT kit car.

Keep the idea's coming tho, right now I'm still in the process of beating the front raidiator support and passenger fender back into shape with a ball peen hammer.
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:45 PM
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People in columbus are some of the most ignorant douches you may ever meet.
I've drove thru columbus a couple of times, I've often wondered why it always smelt like butt?
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Originally Posted by Deadman1 View Post
I've drove thru columbus a couple of times, I've often wondered why it always smelt like butt?
may be worth while for you to call the guy about them. the ad is still there.
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Cleveland is the *** of Ohio
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Cleveland is the *** of Ohio
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:44 PM
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The least expensive choice would be to go back with the stock set mentioned earlier. Another option would be to use one of the low profile dual headlight kits that exist. This is not cheap as the are about $500.00 plus,
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Cleveland is the *** of Ohio
^^ THIS.

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Old 11-05-2011, 06:47 PM
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I'm in the process of making another headlight set up . Using some Hella rectangle fog lights and i'm going to look for some mini projectors to retro fit into them. My bracket is going to look like the lights that have the plexi-glass over them but i'll be keeping my headlight lid just mounting the lights so i can keep them as low as possible .

I'll shot some pics tomorrow right now its in like 4 pieces just need to put them together . I also need to order a bulb for them to use in the mean time .
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Cleveland is the *** of Ohio
Amarillo is the armpit of Texas
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