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    Let's see some kids with your cars - or kid-themed stuff




    My first JDM project after decades of European cars!

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    And one very bad taken shot:



    I know my car isn't stanced (yet)... But Fak it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riskant View Post


    My car isn't stanced yet... But Fak it!
    Nice. I was starting to think I was the only one on here with kids.

    Raises the question though... when is one too old to lower/tuck/poke a car? And am I pushing the limit at 36?
    My first JDM project after decades of European cars!

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    Quote Originally Posted by exexpat View Post
    Nice. I was starting to think I was the only one on here with kids.

    Raises the question though... when is one too old to lower/tuck/poke a car? And am I pushing the limit at 36?
    You sir, are not too old IMO. Of course, I'm 36 as well. My wife says I'm too old, but I've drawn inspiration from a friend I call Pops In his mid-70s and just bought a Dodge Magnum w/ 2 tone 22s on it (daily Driver) and from my mother who bought her e39 the same day as me and now has tint, 18" Staggered wheels on it and ICE in the works.

    I may not do the bright colored wheels I truly do admire from the V Dub crowd, but I will probably mod as long as I can drive.

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    You can never be to old... I'm appreciating stancing/modifying more every day !

    I'm 31 ... 6 years ago I didn't give a sjit about cars..

    All I lived for was my job ( international truckdriver).

    Now I have my family, and the BMW as hobby!

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    my daughter chillin
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    Quote Originally Posted by exexpat View Post
    Nice. I was starting to think I was the only one on here with kids.

    Raises the question though... when is one too old to lower/tuck/poke a car? And am I pushing the limit at 36?
    Your never too old for anything. I have a teacher thats over 50 and still races motocross competitively. Age is just a number. As for me, no kids yet as I'm still a kid. (22)




    The Kia has been parted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exexpat View Post
    Let's see some kids with your cars - or kid-themed stuff




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    Last edited by StephanieRCruz; 07-20-2018 at 02:48 AM.

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