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So. This is the first summer I had the car - bone stock at the time.

Ugly headlights - check.

Ugly wheels - check.

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By October next year I painted the grill outline. Never ending strugle to find the wheels I like ended with me deciding to snatch some pre 97 5 spokes. Lower offset looks great on 2nd gen w-body prixes. Also, little add-ons like inlays and a stealthy GPForums.net sticker. Ugly headlights still dominate.

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But i finally grabbed a new set + black corners w/ clear reflector.

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But theres still plenty to do... Ordering tires this week, suspension is going to be done soon (saturday maybe?).

AGX + SSC springs, WBS LCA's, BMR Trailing Arms, Moog Tie Rods, Moog End Links, SLP Swaybars i snatched from c-list and last but not least Speedbuilt STB's.

Also, got a little bit of a dent on rear quarter panel and the dreaded GM clear coat peel in the rear (both bumper and spoiler, probably the trunk lid as well). Also, 5 spokes will get painted gunmetal along with the lower facias. Will try to make the car super clean by mid-summer.

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Whats in store? Probably C5/Fbody brakes to begin with late summer. It hit 155k miles and I plan on keeping it at least a couple more years.

Thanks for wasting your time reading and watching this. :D

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nice job sofar keep it up. :D

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