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      09-24-2005, 12:46 PM   #1
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Cool **New Pictures of My Car** Black on black on black

It's been awhile since I took some pictures of my car, so I got bored today.
Sorry for the bad quality, I used my sister's crappy camera, I left mine at a friend's house.

I want a roof spoiler, trunk lip spoiler, make it lower and I'm still thinking of more ideas.

Please let me know your comments.

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      09-24-2005, 12:51 PM   #2
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Aww man thats nice I have a 325i black on black as well. Hey where did u get those M3 rims and how much?
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      09-24-2005, 12:53 PM   #3
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yo. the car is definitely sweet. i like the headlights and the rims. but seriously, the visor tvs are not too good.
Im sure alot of people on this site will take trash JUST for putting tvs in your car, and for putting them in your visors, but i think its way sweet. but visor tvs HAVE to be big money other wise it ruins the car. you definitely need some better quality, thinner tvs, and you need professional install,cause this really isnt bmw quality.
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That is a mean looking car with the black theme throughout! We've got similar tastes.
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Aww man thats nice I have a 325i black on black as well. Hey where did u get those M3 rims and how much?
I got someone with a 03 M3.
They were 1500.
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I like those wheels
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yo. the car is definitely sweet. i like the headlights and the rims. but seriously, the visor tvs are not too good.
Im sure alot of people on this site will take trash JUST for putting tvs in your car, and for putting them in your visors, but i think its way sweet. but visor tvs HAVE to be big money other wise it ruins the car. you definitely need some better quality, thinner tvs, and you need professional install,cause this really isnt bmw quality.
sup, these are professional installed, but as far a quality and everything... these were the only 7inch screens i could get my hands on. but later these will be put in the head rests and ill change the visor tvs. but that wont be for a while.

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hey u know where u can buy some factory xenon
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hey u know where u can buy some factory xenon
only place i can ever find is on ebay.
and its 1,700.
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The install is SO expensive its not worth it..

I WANT XENONS TOO!!!
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looks tight, i was planning on doing the black on black on black theme too, lol....how'd you black out front corner lights? is that just film or tint? and did you black out black lined tail lights?


REQUEST: oh ya can anyone please P-SHOP blacked out 5 spoke rims on this beast, thanks!
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looks tight, i was planning on doing the black on black on black theme too, lol....how'd you black out front corner lights? is that just film or tint? and did you black out black lined tail lights?


REQUEST: oh ya can anyone please P-SHOP blacked out 5 spoke rims on this beast, thanks!
its tinted film. and i have the back stock lights, i just put tinted film on the back too.

if anyone does the request that makes the rims blacked out... can you post it on this so i can see it because i want to make them black too, but with a chrome border.

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sup, these are professional installed, but as far a quality and everything... these were the only 7inch screens i could get my hands on. but later these will be put in the head rests and ill change the visor tvs. but that wont be for a while.

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that looks really ghetto for being professional, sorry.
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that looks really ghetto for being professional, sorry.

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the tvs are thick, so they couldnt put it all the way in the visor, it would of poped out the other way, so theres nothing i can do about it but it was a custom job.
iunno.
ill change it later though.
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tightie...i was wondering when you got the front corners and tails tinted, won't the film get knicked and scratched since it's on the outside?
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the tvs are thick, so they couldnt put it all the way in the visor, it would of poped out the other way, so theres nothing i can do about it but it was a custom job.
iunno.
ill change it later though.

the whole idea of custom professional installed visor tvs, is the rewrap, and if needed, stuff the visors so that no matter how think or thin, the tv fits properly. obviously the idea is to have the thinnest tvs possible, but even thicker ones should be wrapped better. and im not sure how much you paid for these, but im not sure if i would instal these in my BMW, even in the headrests. arent farenheit suppose to be like the worst brand on the market? i dunno.
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jeez, people are just rippin' you apart for those tv's.

If they make you happy, keep em. Otherwise !!!

And what is a roof spoiler? Is that the peice above the rear window? I think hamann had that on their 7 series car (could have been 5 though, but i think 7) and it looked pretty cool in conjunction to the regular trunk spoiler.

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you forgot to add the 5inch ricer tips to your exhaust...lol
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nope, its stock. =)
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ha, thanks buddy
but fyi.
its a full exhast.
well not full but its from headers back.
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