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    Spoilers now gone mate and i prefer it as it looks sleaker now,now gotta fix the m3 door strips,slam it,new wheels and sort the arches out-just love projects on old cars as i hate modern boring cars
     
     

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    A decent bodyshop should be able to sort you out with some double sided......I don't want to call it tape, its more like a thin rubber strip where you pull off the tape on each side to reveal the adhesive. Good stuff, make sure you get it right first time.
     
     

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    cheers for that buddy,gonna sort it out monday and pics soon after
     
     

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    Right here is the finished look for now till my bank balance recovers ready for new rims,coilovers,bodywork repair/touchups and as promised i waited to fit the new m3 door strips and lose the rear spoiler to show you.i know people go either way with the spoiler view but its my car and with the colour it really suits it.

    also while i was at it i did the golf tee mod and tidied some more wiring and renewed some old bolts around the car

    How it all began



    After fitting m3 rear lights and clear fronts



    With boot spoiler



    And now removed



    Here is a few more pics around so people can make there own mind up








    Cant begin to tell you in 3 months how much work i have put in the car as i rescued it from destruction and nothing worked really,seats weren't bolted down even and just neglected but i see potential in it.i know it will never win any shows or be the most original car out there but its my little toy to tidy up a bit and just enjoy it really as at the end of the day its just a car and cars are meant to be driven and gutted i lost most of my pics on my camera so i cant really show you much more


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    plenty of pics i managed to save on my project page
     
     

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    Looking good. I was'nt sure about removing the spoiler tbh but I think it gives the car really clean lines, the wheels really suit it too. I love the E36 Coupes and yours is definitely up there, well done.
     
     

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    Thanks mate for the nice comments
     
     

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    It does look sweet but imo with them rimz and no spoiler it does need to be slammed and then it will look how its suppose to look without the spoiler, i no your gunna drop it bet ya cant wait.


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    reckon i can safely go about a 60mm drop because of the speed-humps round here and my driveway being sloped which is a nice drop really without being stupid and keeping the car drivable for everyday use but you never know as my golf was nearly 100mm lower than standard and loved the look.......ummmmmm
     
     

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    If ya get coilovers then you can see how low you can take it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilts View Post
    If ya get coilovers then you can see how low you can take it.
    prefer shocks and springs to be honest as its a better ride than coilovers but 200 quid for fks does sound tempting as thats what i had on my golf
     
     

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