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Gave the car a polish last weekend, hopefully not the last before the bad weather!

Decided to go try and get some better pics of the car than i usually take, ie. a better setting, so here are the results!

Outside the abandoned Army base here in my town...





Various pics in a wee village near me - random i know!











Finally, at the gate house of a neaby castle!



Enjoy!
 

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i like them. plus they have saved the paint on the sides of the car, the roads here are terrible!
 

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Looks nice.
No air gap ??

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Looking good :)
 

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Very nice indeed - but, I'd definitely colour code the mud flaps ...

Just pop them off, and use the spray paint \ lacquer that "The Scratch Doctor" sells, and refit - easy DIY job, once they're off of the car ..
 

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Sweet finish matey really nice pics - If you like the flaps the way they are cool, but I do have to agree with the others have said either lose em' or paint em'. Great work all the same:)
 

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Naa defo the fastest colour i'm sure i have read on here somewhere that

Milano Red 10-15 BHP gain over any outher colour ;)

Car looks great mate :)
 

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Car is looking shiney, wonder if you could vinyl wrap the mudflaps mabe cheaper than getting them painted
 

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looking good pal. keep up the good work. That is one shiney car!
 

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Looking good. I notice you have put your Type R stickers in a different place as they are usually much lower down!
thats where they were when i bought the car!

as for the mudflaps, i wont be color coding them, cos imo they look ***** colour coded lol.

will prob just keep them for winter driving, then take them off in the spring.

cheers for comments folks!
 

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looks good mate, keep the mudflaps the way they are. Painting defeats the purpose. then you would need something to protect the painted mudflaps????
 

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lookin good mate, gotta say, i actually like the mudlaps the way they are
 
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