uno_94 said:hmmmmmm you missed a bit how come you did the bumpers like that? all uno owners know that they look best painted below the line
alexGS said:No, Uno_94, this time I'm definitely with Muzzie on this one!
That looks really distinctive, tidy, and sharp, particularly with that (horrible IMHO!) grille, there's nothing else on the road like it! I think you've done well. I think you were right to do the 'thin black line' look to the bumpers - it looks more modern.
Have you thought about getting some Turbo flares for the wheelarches, and painting those (and the sill covers) in body colour as well? I reckon that'd look great on your car with the bumpers the way you've done them.
EDIT: I fear I might get flamed for saying that in my opinion, the grille is horrible... so I thought I'd add some justification. I don't think it looks as 'clean' as the standard grille, particularly when you consider that with those two large round lights, you now have more than the NZ legal maximum of four headlights!
If the inner rectangular headlights were replaced with the round lights, and the outer rectangular lights also replaced with (smaller) round lights (Mercedes-style), I think that would look a little nicer But that's just my opinion.
chrisunoman said:Looks good that!
Lowering springs will only make it better too!!
Do i spy some novitec alloys??
F R O S T Y said:I like it , its different the way you did the black strips on the bumpers goes well with the side strips on the doors. Just need to lower it now
F R O $ T Y
alexGS said:Well, if you know anyone in South Africa, they can buy you some Koenic springs made over there for the Uno (yes, the spelling is with a 'c') and they will cost about NZ$120! You can post them over for about $20 (I know, 'cause I did it...) I like them very much.
Maybe someone on the forum here can help?
Muzzie said:Well if you did it, then why can't I get them from the same place or guy that you did