The death of TURDBO !

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby turdbo » Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:30 am

Ahhh that brings back so many memorys! Honestly i feel like going satern black again after seeing that :p. You gonna have to help me rebuild the t2!

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby ANTHRAXXX » Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:35 am

That looks/looked Amazing! My T2 is considered to be one of the nicer City's over here but damn that T1 was Perfect!

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby KingCity » Wed Jul 30, 2014 5:26 pm

Ahh yes memories they are & will remain, R.I.P. haha na it wont cause im wanting parts from it :lol: Thanks for the awesome comment Anthraxxx, this is the reason why i find it hard to move away from T1's, i find that they have a little bit more style where as T2's are a statement, only thing missing that would have made that car that much better is the front guard mirrors rather than the door ones but i didn't have any at that time unfortunately.

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby ANTHRAXXX » Wed Jul 30, 2014 5:50 pm

Yeah now I have a T1 & a T2 I actually can appreciate the looks of the T1 more. At first I was planning on making it more 'T2' and puffing out the guards etc, slapping on T2 panels,...but I now really like the more simple looking lines. Course after seeing your former one my now 'done up' T1 looks like abit of a Clanger in comparison :p It was a real Dog when I got it though...looks wise at least. Engine etc. is Sweet as :)

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby KingCity » Wed Jul 30, 2014 6:10 pm

Yeah they have a clean look & you don't have to put a kit on to get them to look half decent but they have a lot less room in the guards so fitting bigger wheels can be a bad thing as i couldn't drive the car any where with it at that height cause the wheels would just rip up the front guards while turning & on bumpy road, thats where the T2 is so much better.

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby ANTHRAXXX » Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:33 pm

Are they 15"? It looks bigtime lowered in those pics. I've got 13"s on mine & 15s on my T2. I've never seen such a perfect interior on a City before. Was it all re-trimmed?

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby KingCity » Fri Aug 01, 2014 8:43 pm

Yeah they were 195/45/15s, as for the interior well that was all original, i used the best parts i could find from other T1's, even the drivers seat had no tears in it which is the first i've ever seen!

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Re: The death of TURDBO !

Postby fireslug » Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:31 pm

Yo dood, i have 2 black side skirts for a T1 (i think) that you can take molds off if you're into doin that sort of stuff.

cheers


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