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  1. #26
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    Good work Kevin... I'm sure you have been dreaming about the finish line, but just having it back on the road and driving is a huge step!

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    Bodywork looks fantastic! A+
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    Stance isn't my thing, but it probably would be my thing if I had that awesome car.

    That body work is amazing.

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    well executed!!! bmdubbayoo approved!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ///Mposter;29848251
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    The more I look at it the more this fender weirds me out. The stock fender has the body line fade into the fender bulge, and re-appear in front of it. Takes away from the E36's look with this design imo.

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    This is the only Felony E36 I like, and it was done so well. I do kin of wish the front didn't have the body line added to the flare, but that's my only complaint. Typically I'm not a fan of the rear fenders on this kit, but the addition of the factory flare being pronounced really changed the look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BimmerBreaker View Post
    The more I look at it the more this fender weirds me out. The stock fender has the body line fade into the fender bulge, and re-appear in front of it. Takes away from the E36's look with this design imo.
    Since first seeing these pictures a few weeks ago, I've been noticing the front fender creases on BMWs and other cars. The solid crease is definitely a departure from BMW design language. I gotta respect the work that the owner put in to this car, but that front fender distracts from the otherwise solid execution.
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    i think you all nit-pick too much... its like the car has pointy elbows or something... car kicks ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TH3 Shifty View Post
    i think you all nit-pick too much... its like the car has pointy elbows or something... car kicks ass.
    Yeah thats fair, but if you know a girl for 20 years and then she gets surgery to change her elbows, you might notice even if its not something you usually care about.

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    It's because there are no flares on a stock e36. Widen it you need the crease no?

    Looks like a e30 m3 flare
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarlSpackler View Post
    It's because there are no flares on a stock e36. Widen it you need the crease no?

    Looks like a e30 m3 flare
    No, there are small flares in stock form, and that body line disappears where the arch for those flares are on the stick bodywork.

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