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    Now thats a really nice pic to show what WCC-tuned car's owner deserves!!!

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    OH SH*T!!! U GUYS MISSED SOMETHING!!! THE DIABLO IS EVEN MORE F*CKED UP!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coventrysucks
    Look again.
    LMAO, you sly, sly, man.
    Rockefella says:
    pat's sister is hawt
    David Fiset says:
    so is mine
    David Fiset says:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coventrysucks
    I'd say no. West Coast Customs could have a tiny shred of credability, but they say yes, so they are to blame.
    yeh very true, the owner will be laughing all the way to the bank though....
    "WHEN IT'S GAME TIME, IT'S PAIN TIME TIME BABY! WOOOH" ~ Terry Tate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coventrysucks
    If someone came to me and said:
    "I want these bad-ass mother-****ing wheels on my fly new ride", or whatever it is these rappers say.

    I'd say no. West Coast Customs could have a tiny shred of credability, but they say yes, so they are to blame.
    Thats easy for you to say, but when there is lots of money to be made I am sure even you would do it, West Coast Customs dont give a dam if you like it or not, as long as the customer is happy (cus the customer has the money)!!!

    THINK ABOUT IT
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    Why must the companies always ruin good cars?

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    Actually, you got to admit this Bentley looks good.


    And the Diablo's fine. Those rims are ok.

    And that Enzo looks bad. Silver on 1 side, black on the other? Yuck! I'd go for all black. At least it'd match.

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    Both are quilty as sin. When a person wants a facial tattoo of a large spider eating a mouse. They hand the guy a grand, the tattoo artist could turn them down and say, "Tattoos are abhorent and ugly, a manifastation showing one's total lack of any manner of good sense. Tattoos are a way to display to the world what a true uncouth you really are." Generally, they take the money and say, "dude that sick."

    Sensable people shouldn't fork over cash because someone will do whatever to have it forked over. Sensable people don't. What nutz is people who can afford close to perfect cars pay to have them ruined.

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    The Chrysler 300C is really pimped out! I like it!

    The GTO is also nicely pimped
    You can only get smarter by playing a smarter opponent.

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    i lyk that pic coventry posted...

    we shud print full scale posters of it and hang em near and around WCC HQ. shud give their customers sumthin to think abt...
    wat the hell do i put as a siggy?!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tuner
    i lyk that pic coventry posted...

    we shud print full scale posters of it and hang em near and around WCC HQ. shud give their customers sumthin to think abt...
    LOL, WCC would just throw vinyls at us.
    Rockefella says:
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    When a person wants a facial tattoo of a large spider eating a mouse. They hand the guy a grand, the tattoo artist could turn them down and say, "Tattoos are abhorent and ugly, a manifastation showing one's total lack of any manner of good sense. Tattoos are a way to display to the world what a true uncouth you really are."
    good analogy
    "I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring" - Richard Feynman, last recorded words.

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    I think...

    ...that if i buy a car of this....i would show other my caracter!!!
    Change some of cars...is for distinguish
    Here....find in a parking two or more same Porsche....Mercedes...or Bmw...near, with same color, rims and optionals is normal!!!
    So if i spent a lot of money.....i want that my car is unique

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schumacher
    So if i spent a lot of money.....i want that my car is unique
    Yes, I agree with this point totally.

    If I were to buy any expensive car, it would be customised to my taste - but in a tasteful, understated way.

    The Q design Aston Martin Vantage springs immediately to mind - at the customers behest they stripped the car down and rebuilt it to an extremely high quality finish.
    Reshaping exterior panels might be a bit excessive, but having the interior screwed down properly, and any cheap nasty plastics expelled from the cabin would be about the limit of my obsessive strive for quality.

    Fitting a crappy set of stunningly tasteless wheels and a garish colour leather interior with some DVD players is just base and shows a complete lack self control. It is just another form of showing off wealth, something with which the nouveau rich celebrity class seem obsessed.

    It may impress some people, but it certainly does not impress me.
    Thanks for all the fish

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    WCC needs to act like this guy's shop in downtown Dallas.

    He told me he refuses to mod any type of car on the outside. He used to do body work and exterior mods until he said that he didn't want to be associated with creating ricers.

    He changed his business to tuning. So his body shop is now like a dyno area. He will do exterior work, but only on car repair. He gets most of business from repairs. Its a cool shop. If any of you guys are ever in Downtown Dallas, look up Rob's Tuners.

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