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What is you preference when it comes to modifying (or not) your car?
 

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Engine and styling as i'm a chav.
 

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Option 1 for me too
 

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1 foR me,don`t see the point in stupid bodykits etc really,they look gash,don`t last long and break easily.
 

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What about lowering it? Thats semi for looks, painting bumpers and such? (like your mr's corsa)

op 3 for me, do everything.
Subtle styling, standard body parts for standard look.
 

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lol still changing them tho, so its still a mod.
Modified engine but keep the styling standard/subtle

Covers subtle styling which covers colour coded body parts:beer:
 

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I've got an oval racing background so it's performance and handling before everything else to me, and I prefer subtle styling that emphasis's a car's OEM look. Done right, those little touches can always make a big difference :D

However, I'm still very open to most modifying styles and enjoy helping other people out with those styling looks. Euro style Rover 100 anyone? ;)
 

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after fitting cosworth engines to my bmw and toyota i prefer power and minor styling mods but certainly not excessive crappy fibreglass kits and stupid looking huge exhausts etc.
 
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