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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

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Ah Ben! Your love of Korean automotive products is well-documented! lol
Current Korean stuff is, as a general rule, getting VERY close to Japanese standards of build, fit, finish, and design.

However, NOTHING can change the fact that Korean garbage of this era (10+ years) is pretty appalling stuff, typical regurgitated old Japanese tooling from the mid 1980's, and as such, is WELL off the pace virtually everywhere.

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Old 02-06-2011, 08:43 PM
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

For interest, here is my mate's VY Holden Comodoore (with 502 Chev) drift car. He painted it himself with matte balch rattle cans When he marks the car during drift rounds, touch ups are simple. LOL - look alright from a distance!


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Old 02-07-2011, 08:56 AM
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That is a steaming pile of turd!
lol

The hood scoop is only "functional" when the piss-ant little factory intercooler is mounted atop the puny pissweak rattly shit-can diesel engine.
This toss-pot has obviously placed a China brand intercooler down the front for massive kudos and extreme power increases (note sarcasm) to his God-awful pus ridden recycled Korean army helmet absolute pile of Crap (note lack of sarcasm).

So ummmmm... yeah, I'm not a big fan. lolz



And as for "true murdered".... what a joke.... little chrome bits on it, silver shit on the wheels..... its an abomination! Let's not even mention the foooolly sic body kit that doesn't even fit or line up properly!
Well, just tell us what you really think!
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Current Korean stuff is, as a general rule, getting VERY close to Japanese standards of build, fit, finish, and design.

However, NOTHING can change the fact that Korean garbage of this era (10+ years) is pretty appalling stuff, typical regurgitated old Japanese tooling from the mid 1980's, and as such, is WELL off the pace virtually everywhere.

Thems the facts

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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

what about thizzzz??

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what about thizzzz??

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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

^^^^^^my hood is that color.....LOL
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Wow that flex & BMW look bad ass
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I know a LOT of you guys are not going to like this, but once I saw it I just had to get pics and post here.

This is a 1999-2001 Kia Carnival minivan with the beginnings of a TRUE murdered theme.(apologies to any blacked out rides, but true murdered is flat/satin paint AND blacked out trim)


The hood scoop is stock and functional, more importantly, so is that phat-azz intercooler taking up the front fascia!


I've said before, the Korean Domestic Market products they keep for themselves are not anything like the cars we know them for. Carnivals( Sedona in the USA), are usually diesel, AWD, manual shift, and really a very rugged machine. A good Korean friend of mine has a 2009 fully loaded diesel automatic, leather, TV's and the works, and it's a very capable ride. This one certainly looks modified. I've noticed a lot of modified diesels around lately, and the Drag Nationals they have near Seoul now have a diesel bracket.

I have to say, not bad for a mini-van. I'd sport it.

The (true)murdered theme is also catching on around here. I've recently seen an I30 hatchback done up in satin black.
I think i'd rather have the renault espace!



renault espace F1 murdered out...anyone? anyone?
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