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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

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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


And your a good source considering your jeep is powered by a pushrod v8 engine designed in the 60s (JOKING, but seriously... still with the cam in block?) I wanna say Chrysler is the last manufacturer in the world still producing this ancient technology ha ha. And yet somehow they are still keeping up with all aluminum variable valve timed cam in head ford engines

Onto the murdered topic... years ago I saw a bmw M5 with a semigloss paint job, even the windows were semigloss (my assumption is a super dark tint and opaque film created this). the only gloss on it was a portion of the passanger and driver windows and the windshield. it was beautiful. If my memory serves me it was burried deep in a murdered thread on some honda forum and I havent been able to find it since... It was BEAUTIFUL!
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

Apparently this guy lives in Scottsdale if anyone wants to keep an eye out.





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You are the man... I love that thing... puts all the other murdered themes to shame haha.
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

yea I'm one of those people that have to know if someone brings something up or asks a question that I don't know about.....yea it's efin sweet.
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You are the man... I love that thing... puts all the other murdered themes to shame haha.
X2! Gloss black paint jobs are just NOT murdered. That car is a prime example of what is!
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

yea the matte windows are sick!
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

did he just paint/vinyl over his windows? can he still see through them?
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Re: A "Carnival" of fun!

Idk they didn't say. I did see, while searching for the car, a page or two about a film being placed on there that's matte. I was trying to imagine what it'd be like to look through it. Guess it'd be like constantly having really dirty windows.
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And your a good source considering your jeep is powered by a pushrod v8 engine designed in the 60s (JOKING, but seriously... still with the cam in block?) I wanna say Chrysler is the last manufacturer in the world still producing this ancient technology ha ha. And yet somehow they are still keeping up with all aluminum variable valve timed cam in head ford engines
haha, well, tell the millions of Chev "Generartion" engine fans that it's a shitter Pushrod, cam in block too, though at least its alloy, unlike these bloody Hemis. Yes, they're ancient in design basics, but they're figures are still competetive


Most Kia's (until recently) are running regurgitated old Mitsubishi engines from the 80's, which were never any good back then, and are no better now
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