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  • oem lights all round

    6 25.00%
  • front ambers,clear sides,m3 rears

    1 4.17%
  • keep clear light upgrade

    14 58.33%
  • front ambers,side ambers,m3 rears

    3 12.50%

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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    Thinking about it I'd actually say stay clear all round mate, looks good so why not keep it that way!?
    thanks for that,disco stu got me thinking again with his and fancy a change but like the clears too

    Really need to sort the wheels out now
     

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    looks nice mate
     

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    I'd stick with the clear lenses. Been said already but it makes it more updated and modern. What you thinking of doing with the wheels? Mine need doing as they're in a terrible state but not too sure wether to get em refurbed or possibly get another set of wheels.. Pretty expensive for two piece refurbs!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by toathus View Post
    I'd stick with the clear lenses. Been said already but it makes it more updated and modern. What you thinking of doing with the wheels? Mine need doing as they're in a terrible state but not too sure wether to get em refurbed or possibly get another set of wheels.. Pretty expensive for two piece refurbs!
    thanks for the opinion,wheels really need a refurb and if I keep them I will redo them and paint the spokes calypso red to match the car but really want contours like steves m3 on here or some ac snitzner ones like shams.moneys a bit tight at the moment so maybe a deal on a nice set involving px mine as tyres are all good for something different
     

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    I can't find a decent enough pic of my US M3 but here's one that I have that I want it to look like it terms of styling when it's finished.
    (mines a coupe with different alloys and I want a black front grill btw )



    I know that my UK bimmers have always been blue with Crystal Clear lights, but IMHO there's something about Amber lights on Red cars that just looks natural and right to me

     

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    Clear, as said before looks a little more modern
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonLogicX View Post
    I can't find a decent enough pic of my US M3 but here's one that I have that I want it to look like it terms of styling when it's finished.
    (mines a coupe with different alloys and I want a black front grill btw )



    I know that my UK bimmers have always been blue with Crystal Clear lights, but IMHO there's something about Amber lights on Red cars that just looks natural and right to me
    that is one sexy looking car with oem fronts
     

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    Ambers imo. Suit the age of the car more. Why make it look more modern?

    The clears look fine though, I don't dislike them. It's gotta be one or the other though, not half and half.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco Stu View Post
    Ambers imo. Suit the age of the car more. Why make it look more modern?

    The clears look fine though, I don't dislike them. It's gotta be one or the other though, not half and half.
    ta mate,what are your rear lights at the moment as i love the look of yours?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiritentwined View Post
    ta mate,what are your rear lights at the moment as i love the look of yours?
    Oem on now and staying like it I think!





     

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