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Old 09-24-2011, 11:55 AM   #1
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Smile This is what mine looks like currently :)

Back end..





Rawrz the front says I also painted the tow hook(will totally go back to original color if gets towed like that lol)





Oh 900 your too cute



Two blemished mirrors went to quick was getting lazy
-but the last time i had blemishes they worked out themselves so who knows..





Door side, where I did some too



front left side, can see the fender closer to the wheel than the other side :/





sides i haven't done, the skirts are more faded, but due to shadows. they look dark. need a new bottle of dip before I get onto that lol..





I hope you like how I have simply changed mine, cleared markers. All white bulbs. Just did four layers plastidip where is darker, the grill repainted, chrome sanded etc and repainted. saved the saab logo the same. fun stuff by me. put in 4 full range, 2 mid bass, 2 alpine 12"s runnin off kenwood mono block. I wish the I had the $ to put engine work in but I also don't know a thing of it. So I hope you like it as of now.

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How can I change those like orange tubes in the front middle lights? I just noticed it again haha forgot to ask..

Thanks, Evoxbeck
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can you paint the door handle with the plasti dip? also did you remove the door trim when you sprayed it? or tape it off?
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I have simply changed mine, cleared markers. All white bulbs. Just did four layers plastidip where is darker, the grill repainted, chrome sanded etc and repainted. saved the saab logo the same. fun stuff by me. put in 4 full range, 2 mid bass, 2 alpine 12"s runnin off kenwood mono block. I wish the I had the $ to put engine work in but I also don't know a thing of it. So I hope you like it as of now.

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How can I change those like orange tubes in the front middle lights? I just noticed it again haha forgot to ask..

Thanks, Evoxbeck
You can remove the "headlight levels" if you want. Pull headlights out, carefully separate housing from glass, remove level.

I don't believe your turn signals are legal without amber bulbs. You could use those "special" bulbs that have a chrome reflector in front and display amber out the back... they're not inexpensive though.

Note that I don't care if your lights are legal... but you might get a ticket and/or fail annual inspection if your state has one.
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hey! looks like my garage except silver viggen next to a street glide!

I like the grille man.
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You can remove the "headlight levels" if you want. Pull headlights out, carefully separate housing from glass, remove level.

I don't believe your turn signals are legal without amber bulbs. You could use those "special" bulbs that have a chrome reflector in front and display amber out the back... they're not inexpensive though.

Note that I don't care if your lights are legal... but you might get a ticket and/or fail annual inspection if your state has one.
The legality goes back to whether or not the mechanic actually checks it, but still a good point. Coming from someone who has done this it looks much cleaner and so far I haven't had any trouble with any one over the couple of years I have had white bulbs.

Today I realized its a good swap as I almost rear ended someone because their blinker was red and not white or amber so I didnt see it until I was almost in his back seat. No one will miss your blinker if its bright white!
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