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      07-14-2017, 12:44 PM   #1
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Clinched Widebody E92 335i

I haven't posted anything in the gallery in a while...so why not. This is the last cosmetic stage of the car. I know the wide body isn't everyones cup of tea, but i've grown to like it. And I know I will get many comments of what I should have done to my car....and well its just that...MY CAR....so for those who enjoy it thanks...and those who hate it...thanks even more and lets not forget it is still for sale

PS - I know i'm missing my hood emblem...I want a real blue/white cf (not overlay) and I can't seem to find one.
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      07-14-2017, 01:06 PM   #2
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Car looks amazing. Love the hood.
Build is definitely something different. I personally love it
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      07-14-2017, 01:27 PM   #3
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beautiful car, wish i could purchase it from you, just come trade it in and ill get you in a new 340
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Looks nice man! Not normally a fan of bolt on widebody kits, but this one is clean..
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I like this a lot man!
Been hearing good things about those kits
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Car looks amazing. Love the hood.
Build is definitely something different. I personally love it
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beautiful car, wish i could purchase it from you, just come trade it in and ill get you in a new 340
If i were to get another BMW it would have to be an M4

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Looks nice man! Not normally a fan of bolt on widebody kits, but this one is clean..
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I like this a lot man!
Been hearing good things about those kits
yea I like the clinched better then the LB. The clinched is made with abs plastic as oppose to fiberglass. So its more durable. And as for fitment of the kit its pretty much 98% great fitment!!! so....
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      07-14-2017, 04:29 PM   #7
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Looks so good
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      07-14-2017, 06:31 PM   #8
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      07-14-2017, 08:08 PM   #9
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Wow looks amazing
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      07-14-2017, 09:31 PM   #10
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Looks pretty clean, personally I don't like the wheels, chome just seems so 90s to me.

And the PRE LCI tail lights make it look old.
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Looks pretty clean, personally I don't like the wheels, chome just seems so 90s to me.

And the PRE LCI tail lights make it look old.
The wheels are actually brushed... I've had white, gun metal, gold, and silver... these are easier to keep clean lol

And I agree about tails... I went to buy some from Amazon for a good price and they sent me and email saying they posted the wrong price after I bought jen... blah blah blah... so...don't have any now lol
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Looks good! How did you go about the side extensions?
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Looks good! How did you go about the side extensions?
I got these things so long ago... I think I got them from what is now tunerstock.com.
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Hell of a build you got there man! The ooooonly thing that gets me is the fitment on the front of the hood and how thick the edges are in comparison to the fenders. Other than that, well done bro
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thanks ya'll its been a long time...and as much as I want to keep going...I want to move on too....before this year....I had planned upgrading turbos (PURE), molding in the flares, color change, and new wheels. But....yeah...not now haha
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Looks great!
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Not for me, but the shot of the rear looks pretty cool. With different wheels (I know the current are $$) and a rear bumper that flows with the rest of the car from the profile, it could prob pull this off a little better.

Regardless, GLWS
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Not for me, but the shot of the rear looks pretty cool. With different wheels (I know the current are $$) and a rear bumper that flows with the rest of the car from the profile, it could prob pull this off a little better.

Regardless, GLWS
this is interesting....I've always thought the M3 rear bumper flowed well
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^ It does on the M3. If the rear part of what forms your side skirt didn't come down so far in relation to the bottom of the rear bumper it would look more normal. Just looks really low in the front and side and then all of a sudden high in the ass



Either way, nice car for what it is
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The rear shot with the Amuse spoiler looks great, but otherwise not really my cup of tea, mainly because I can't stand that bolted-on/rocket-bunny look. I know Vorsteiner have a wide-arch kit that doesn't look like that (blends into the body seamlessly) but I assume it is obscenely expensive, so I wonder if anyone else has done something similar.
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^ It does on the M3. If the rear part of what forms your side skirt didn't come down so far in relation to the bottom of the rear bumper it would look more normal. Just looks really low in the front and side and then all of a sudden high in the ass



Either way, nice car for what it is
I see what you are looking at!!! I let me explain....the front is fully aired out. The rear I can't air out any more b/c the rear wheel/tire set up is too wide....so it does have a rake to it that makes it look hella awkard. I've been looking to do a diffuser in the rear to help that look.

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The rear shot with the Amuse spoiler looks great, but otherwise not really my cup of tea, mainly because I can't stand that bolted-on/rocket-bunny look. I know Vorsteiner have a wide-arch kit that doesn't look like that (blends into the body seamlessly) but I assume it is obscenely expensive, so I wonder if anyone else has done something similar.
Fully agree with you...it looks good but I would have rather the Vorsteiner one...but i didn't want to pay $10k for the wide body. The car is for sale (hopefully I can sell it) but if I end up keeping it, the whole kit will get molded in to make it cleaner.
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