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Old 10-25-2005, 04:48 AM   #1
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IMPORTFEST 2005 PICS, some cool bimmers & rides.

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Check out the rest of the photos i took here, tried to get all the rides, about 250 plus 50+ models.
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Old 10-25-2005, 05:29 AM   #2
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the girls look like they all have cock sucking lips fake tits and sketchy faces nasty all bmws are almost all riced
ricer show overall the show is a piece of garbagio
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:16 AM   #3
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the first bimmer is actualy a civic and the third one has one horrible body on it.
Current:2013 Candy White VW Golf TDI
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Sold:2004 Silver Gray M3
Mods: Dice Unit, EAS Angel Eyes, Painted Reflectors, CSL Diffuser, Smoked Corners, PSS10s, 15mm Front and 10mm Rear Spacers.

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Mods: Alpine speakers and HU, Euro Projectors, Magnaflow Muffler, Euro Smoked Tails and GC Coilovers.
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Old 10-25-2005, 06:48 AM   #4
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While I may agree with the show being riced out, it was still cool to see how far some cats will go with their mods (i.e. the civic/bimmer). If you can't have an open mind about car modifications than of course you will think any car show other than the bimmer/highclass ones are garbagio... None the less I personaly thought there were some really cool creations and over the tops, not much different than what you'd find at a timmy's or other parking lot, can't tell me neither of you do that, in my opinion, that time spent doing nothing but trying to show off expensive non-creative stock/semi stock rides is garbagio, like your homepage porn link on this site why are you such a hater? Creativity is creativity, I love bimmers but if you really were at the show and you're calling it garbagio, then you have no creative bone in your body and your judgement of the rides and models is bung bung, check out more pics in the link. Well over 50 6figure cars, riced out or not I know what you're thinking (i could by my M_ for that and rim it, and lower it .5 inches and call it the bestest ride ever), sorry mang I'm down to seeing some peeps do a little more than simple body/cosmetic work and thinking they own the industry or know whats hot/not. I.F. had sick rides, all shows do but for whatever reason this year the crazy ideas/toys/sh*t I saw was wicked, hardly garbagio.
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Old 10-25-2005, 09:58 AM   #5
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The Estoril M and the M cab are from TE. I see dan finally got his HRE's!! They look good
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