Will this "Buff Right Out!"?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Flea420, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. Flea420

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    yes, youll prolly need a front end alignment at most :)
     
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    Ok cool, cause my mechanic was saying I need some new mirrors, but glad I didnt believe him :wiggle:
     
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    Absolutely. Hyper Compound will take that right out.
     
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    shoulda cleaned those seats up and sold them :eek4:
     
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    Yep. Please post afters.
     
  7. Buck-O

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    So who thought a 3000GT actually handled? :rofl:
     
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    Actually, that's a 1st gen Stealth. The twin turbo models actually handle pretty-well with AWD and AWS. I've owned 5 of them and 2 turbo models. Weigh a ton, though.
     
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    Ill take the motor...
     
  10. Buck-O

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    Handle "pretty-well" and handle "good" are two totally different ends of the spectrum.
     
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    I think some #80 is your best bet........HAR HAR!
     
  12. Flea420

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    Hey hey! hey thar now...... :squint:
     
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    LOL!

    So what's the story with the car?
     
  14. Flea420

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    Friend lost traction when he hit some dirt at about 80Mph on a mountain road. Shot off the road down a hill into brush/trees/rocks about 300feet, ended with a nosedive into a creek.

    He was surprisingly not that bad off, some cuts in the face from glass, and chest pains from the seatbelt, and thats about it.
     
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    Glad he's okay. That had to be a heckuva ride down the hill, with an abrupt stop at the bottom.
     
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    I have bad news for you buddy, in the driver's door where the rocker panel was there are water marks like hell...that will be a bitch to clean :o
     

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