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Hey all,
I was wondering what body kits you had on your cars...and any advice you could give for me to put on my Jetta III. I have a "rice" wing on the back...which I am planning to take off (what can I say, tastes change) but who knows what to do with the trunk holes!
I should get a nice stock spoiler to cover, at least.
What is your advice in terms of bumper and skirts? I think I'm going to completely change the car around. Right now, just lowered, no kit.
Much appreciated.
Sorry for being longwinded.
 

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Re: Body Kit - Advice wanted (Strupo)

Cool, thanks bud. Appreciated.

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reiger has some really nice front bumpers for the MK3
i'd personnaly go with M3 side skirts, and as for a rear valence, good luck with that one
 

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Re: (Lookout4thefuzz)

Want a Getta/Jolf? - Check this out -> Getta~Jolf Conversions
http://www.shounin.com/gettajolf/index.asp
Its ok that you are a rookie, Check out dropfrogs site, its a dating service for dub owners that want to swap front ends. For the mk3's, all that is involved is changing the hood, headlights, and grill. It opens up a few options as far as golf grills, and headlights.
Kamei makes some air scoops that fill the dummy lens(foglight). Good luck.
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I think you forgot I'm just a rookie!

Although the swaps do look sick...

Modified by independent77 at 10:43 PM 7-11-2003


Modified by independent77 at 10:45 PM 7-11-2003
 

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Re: (bad_vr_vento)

http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif u gotta take off the rice wing in order to be a member of vortex
j/k
welcome bud!
I'd love to give u advice but I don't know much body stylings about MKIII's.
 
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