Wheels and slammed cars pics thread

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The trend was started by the VW community but now it has invaded the Honda crowd as well and, sadly, some have taken it too extreme.

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Now I think I can find a rusty hood at the junkyard...

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Ppl should leave that to the VAG owners. Looks terrible.
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i agree with sandman, looks like poop

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hell, i thought all those were photo chopped.

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the one with the bomber hood didnt look too too bad, but the rest were terrible! what do you just take a grinder and a scotch pad to your hood?

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I'm going to start selling DIY Hood Rust kits on ebay. They will come with a piece of sandpaper and some saltwater (water not included). Starting price $80.00 each. Get them while they last!

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I'm waiting for the rusted wheel arch to get cool... 8)

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Peroxide+vinegar do wonders to metals...

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??? :scratch: :banghead: ::) :-\ :pukeleft:

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People drooling for JDM stuff but, what happens in Japan? They like the USDM style of course.

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^...all I can say is:
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ha ha! "Just finished my usdm conversion" sounds strange? Maybe we can set up some kind of "front end exchange program"
I for one think the JDM front end looks great, but I drive an ED, so USDM is for me ;D
I would not want to drive that white 'lude in NYC, but some of those Civics are absolutley beautiful!
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I read a long time ago that the style called spo-com is from Japan and is just modify the cars similar to what was done in the US years ago, basically what now is called rice here. Jdm style isn't a style per se in Japan is just a way to keep the car "clean". In the other hand spo-com, dub, european, vip, etc are real styles in there.

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ha ha! "Just finished my usdm conversion" sounds strange? Maybe we can set up some kind of "front end exchange program"
Maybe, they like usdm conversions ;D
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I'll trade my usdm parts with any jdm members. I'll even pay for all the shipping! Those 4 g civics are fire! so were the asian chicks!

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