Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 19:11:08 -0500 From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom> Subject: Re: how to make a 2001 saab 9-5 "big pimpin"??
Jeff Gonzales wrote: > Dude, > > I think everyone's got me mistaken. You were right on one count - many of us are too old to understand what you wrote. I guess our concept of clear, concise language is different from yours. > I never said I wasn't happy with the > car. I just want it to look a little less stock and a little more sleek. You can change the rims and add body trim panels. Someone thought changing to the xenon blue headlights would make his car look different. A custom sound system would certainly add to the audio part of the image of your car. You never specified if you had a price limit for your project, so a custom paint job would do wonders. > I > would've have bought the f*ckin car if it didn't fill my other requirements. > I still have clients to see and such and wouldn't want to show up with some > stupid teenage speed racer. You have "clients" to see? Phrases like "f*ckin" and "stupid teenage speed racer" ought to make a good impression on clients. If you are in sales, you already know not to insult your clients. Who knows, some may like to drive a car that looks like a "teenage speed racer". Perhaps your clients are younger and your approach is very successful. > If I wanted to do that I would go buy a honda > civic and trick it out at robocar in southern california or something stupid > like that. > > jeff > > "H." <musicboxnopsamrider.co.uk> wrote in message > news:23fq4ukohi864toudte0a4i6icu2h62128nopsamcom... > > >umm, okay, without buying a new car what would your suggestion be. > > > > Like it, live with it. You've got the wrong car if you want to go and > > soup something up into some god-awful street racer. > >