Originally Posted by Poolzie
JT has always been hesitant in modd'ing his Garage Queen
That said, I'd be concerned about paint match after this past couple years, with the exception that she is a garage queen and there probably isn't a fading issue at all!
Wait a bit longer and you can probably resale those parts at a profit, should you decide not to change the way she originally came to begin with.
No way, they are going on the car. She's already WAY past stock... MS exhaust, CAI, front aero flares, rear splash-guards, SS strakes, SS, new wheels, wider tires....and a few more minor mods...
I'm not hesitant out of choice, just still broke post-divorce and trying to work out all the attendant expenses. Working some side-jobs to try and make a dent in it all. No time for fun stuff in the garage. No free weekends unless it's after dark, and then I'm cutting into sleep time. Not a spring chicken anymore.
No paint fading at all, lol. You have to expose your car to sunlight in order for paint to fade. The garage is quite dark. Especialy under a car-cover.
I maintain that I'll be the subject of "Gran Torino 2: JT's 8".