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Last Post 06-15-2011 12:56 PM by LoveCars. 3 Replies.
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06-05-2011 11:31 AM  
Do you have any regrets about modifications you have made to your car? If you do have regrets, how do you intend to fix them?

My friend's brother had his car painted lime green. He ended up hating and regretting it, but he stuck with it.
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06-15-2011 08:45 AM  
Hehe, no I do not have any regrets. I take my time thinking about a decision and doing a lot of research before I make my final decisions. All the money I have spent has been on something I am happy with. I do know someone who did something similar, only she painted her car pink!
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06-15-2011 10:04 AM  
I also haven't had any regrets. Doing the research makes all the difference. I am pretty conservative though. I wouldn't put on flames or have a loud color because I don't have the car to do it. If I had an old Vega or Pinto though - I would definitely be obnoxious. But the Honda is a little too staid to pull it off.
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06-15-2011 12:56 PM  
I agree with both of you. A little research goes a long way. The guy in my story didn't consider the way some people would react to a lime green car. He also got people who wanted to race him because his car was flashy. If you want to get something done to your car you have to consider how people are going to react and if you can deal with it.
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