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Old 21-02-2013   #1
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When she was wash at the weekend







What do you guys think, at the time of the pictures, I hadn't dressed the plastics or tyres, any flaws?
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Ah yes, the much approved Irn Bru method!

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Aye looks lovely Lewis, gotta love the Super Resi Polish with the IrnBru next to it...
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Thanks guys, and andi, thats what an arch gap is meant to look like, not as if its on stilts
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Yeah but Dubster is standard ride height & when I took the photos I was crouching down.
You've lowered yours a bit Lewis, I haven't & probablly won't with all the speed bumps & potholes around my way.
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Mine is standard apart from the exhaust and the black roof

Bear in mind, mine is the sporting so has the "sport" suspension.
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Quote Originally Posted by scoop_987
Mine is standard apart from the exhaust and the black roof

Bear in mind, mine is the sporting so has the "sport" suspension.
And still has a monumental rear arch gap.....

Fiats are like 4x4's standard, don't know why they do it tbh.
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Mine is standard apart from the exhaust and the black roof

Bear in mind, mine is the sporting so has the "sport" suspension.
That'll be why it's lower, sports suspension compared to bogo standard suspension.

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And still has a monumental rear arch gap.....

Fiats are like 4x4's standard, don't know why they do it tbh.
Probablly not much height difference between standard GP & a Panda 4x4 (2nd Generation)

Tbh the GP is't much higher than the Sei was, still olny just clears the bumps at Ayr Shore.
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