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    looks like an extra from mad max or a destruction derby entry. sure I have seen one in the flesh and it looked awful as the lines look wrong without the glass
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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza316i View Post
    although he should be banned for the white e36 in his gallery http://chizfab.com/gallery/
    Might be quite handy for clearing snow but I can't think of any other reason for putting a shovel on the front of your car
     
     

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    i dont know now
    if you took that splitter back, changed the spoiler and swapped the wheels for something with a dish that could look pretty smart
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    Quote Originally Posted by E36Meerkat View Post
    yet I could be wrong.

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    I think it looks alright if done properly




    That white one is the abominable snowplow
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by btccfan View Post
    Might be quite handy for clearing snow but I can't think of any other reason for putting a shovel on the front of your car
    Its not a shovel ffs. Its a wheeler dealers special. For when the stumpy mike brewer finishes slapping the paintwork, banging panels and finally sits on the bonnet so his feet reach something to rest on.

    Imagine opening the door to him wanting to buy your car
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    Quote Originally Posted by btccfan View Post
    Might be quite handy for clearing snow but I can't think of any other reason for putting a shovel on the front of your car
    or a picnic bench on the back......does a bmw like that need that much down force i dont think so
     
     

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