Tofu wagon mk2
keeping the body in silver as I think it contrasts nicely with the funky blue, might do whole car in new colour sometime in future who knows?! Just need to do the front bumper to match.
I've got limo dark window tint film to try on back window see how hard it is.. Might go horribly wrong haha.
For this I'm thinking Jdm/mild Bosozoku style.. Long Upswept exhaust pipe.. Oil cooler stuck on front bumper.. Gotta be mock as I've no idea how to fit one to an engine that doesn't have one as standard... Look cool though! And of course some lows and nice wheels some point
Yes yes yes.
Been missing the move modifying action lately (>_<)
Looking forwards to seeing the plans progress.
Just as a thought If your going boso style, with a bit of modification you can get a mk1 golf/caddy duckbill splitter to fit same as I did on my "Monster Move" (^_^)
Gona keep my eyes on this thread to see all your plans take place
Cheers guys! So I've attempted window tinting and it went to shit! Creases too easily so gave up after a few tries. Nevermind ha.
Painted front bumper to match rear and stuck on some purple headlights film also just finished the art on the bonnet which was off my old move, hopefully it won't look too much when it's fitted!
Defineatly want to do the lip splitter like yours Dazran! I've been nosing around other move threads, did wonder where the splitter was from Haha cheers, what did you have to do to get it to fit?
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Rust, rust, rust. The foe of all Daihatsus! Glad to see you've got another one, though. Can't wait to see what else you do with it
1998 Daihatsu Mira TR-XX Avanzato R4
1994 Nissan S13
1997 BMW E36 316i Saloon
1991 Autozam Carol Type-G (Sold)
1996 BMW E36 323i Compact (Sold)
1998 Toyota Chaser JZX100 (Sold)
1998 Toyota Soarer JZZ30 (Sold)
2000 Perodua Nippa L201 (Sold)
Have you tried applying the window film to a wet window? I used to spend hours trying to apply vehicle decals to my Dad's lorries, then someone told me to put soapy water on first, slide it into place, and use a window squeegee to force the water out. You could pressure wash them after and they wouldn't peel, and there were no air bubbles or creases.