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toying with the idea of spraying my car a new colour...any places you guys would recommend in wellys?

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There is a guy out here in Porirua that apparently is excellent. Where Mike gets his car serviced (Holden) the guy there also has a race car and he recommends him highly.

Its in behind Caltex in Porirua.

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lol 40kw yooo!

ive got this sick picture of a xt forester in subaru blue so thinking of doing that...with my black rims i reckon would look noice!

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thats just not cool putting those ideas into my missus head there mum..lol...but foz is my baby and wrx gona be hers in a few yrs...we actually looking at getting a legacy like bens first for her

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 bubblz said:

thats just not cool putting those ideas into my missus head there mum..lol...but foz is my baby and wrx gona be hers in a few yrs...we actually looking at getting a legacy like bens first for her

great idea, they are wicked cars ;D Go the old school, nice and easy to look after and get parts for, good choice (there is one on trade me for 3k at the moment)

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thats about what we looking at spending..just going to see my son first on 28th-31st then need to save about $1500 as shes already got the other half...so looking around early may before seriously start looking

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looking like im gona be skint looking afta 2 subarus though..lmao ;D ;D ;D

ahwell the price of happiness i guess

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thats about what we looking at spending..just going to see my son first on 28th-31st then need to save about $1500 as shes already got the other half...so looking around early may before seriously start looking

Sweet as i'll keep a look out for you guys when the time is right, looking for a NA or turbo?

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looking like im gona be skint looking afta 2 subarus though..lmao ;D ;D ;D

ahwell the price of happiness i guess

Nah you have the support of the boys, it will mainly be the petrol costs that you'll need to worry about

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yup i noticed that a little today with the upgrades from weekend ..lol..or could be me paranoid :D but most likely the heavy right foot...the confusing sensation of fear and fun is a tragic mix

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 ClubSub Mum said:

There is a guy out here in Porirua that apparently is excellent. Where Mike gets his car serviced (Holden) the guy there also has a race car and he recommends him highly.

Its in behind Caltex in Porirua.

he did my old car but he dont do whole car. he only do small and panel works

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at the end of the day you get what you pay for.

i know one really good one. but you might have to sell a couple of legs and arms but they are very good

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lol...long term plan mum...long term...gona let her get use to subbies first with a legacy and let her get into it rather than just a " car with wheels"

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:)fair enough, just teasing...... if you don't get a legacy you could always go for a sports hatch, bit smaller to handle (but real nice too)... thats what I like too.....it would have been a real hard decision if the car yard had our one and a sports hatch side by side for sale lol

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yeah what he said, go old school, legacy (that leaves plenty of funds for the mods, of which there will be plenty)

i'm tempted to flag the front mount and other mods in favour of a paint job also

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paint is huge money

just dont do it

but if you do

BODYWORKS in lower hutt - very good

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i would consider another sports hatch/wagon, for a small car they are very practical. i have owned one or two of them in the past.

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haha thanks Jason, now you are behaving... yes I have owned one (even though it was a non turbo) and Karin has one too... very practical (and actually not that smaller than a sedan in size)

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