I'm going to tuck my bumpers by drilling out the shocks, draining the oil, and pushing them in. But I've been waiting on replacing my front rubber strip first. I think it will look really good after that, and be over half a foot shorter overall. It will look good.
Also, near 27 year old original 535i suspension is stupidly soft. Hopefully will have some SPAX adjustable struts, some adjustable IE M5 diameter sways, and a set of poly bushings by this time next year.
My project car! A 1973 Chevy Nova (picture taken last winter). My regular car at the moment is a 1995 Subaru Legacy, but most of my money goes into this. My plan is to one day make it look exactly like the Nova in the movie Deathproof. I already got it primered, now I just need to get it painted jet black with that skull on the hood, and a donald duck hood ornament. One day, my dream shall be fulfilled!
Yeah, I am pretty lucky to have it. The guy I bought it from didn't want to give it up that easily. Took about a month for us to decide on a good deal of about $1,500. And it's rocking a 6 cylinder. It took me sooo long to get used to driving it because it's a 3-on-a-tree, which means the gear shifter is on the side of the steering wheel. It took me forever to figure out how to even find reverse
This post has been edited by GTA-King on Friday, Jul 6 2012, 17:36
All Challengers come stock with the chin spoilers, all I did was upgrade to the newest SRT one. I didn't like how the old one went flush with the bumper on the sides and then has a flimsy piece on each wheelwell, this one is all one piece and stronger.... Here's a pic of the. Old one.
And those 2 ports on the spoiler if anybody is wondering, they're functional brake cooling ducts.
This post has been edited by yngwierocks on Saturday, Jul 14 2012, 13:00