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i has new wheels, and more

Posted by daniel 
May 31, 2009 05:57PM
New things since the last set of pics:
washed the car
lowered the front
applied center-caps to wheels
custom headers-back exhaust (magnaflow muffler)
new injectors and TRM chip
e30 m3 front sway-bar drop-links
painted front lip, heckspoiler, rockers and valence
removed trunk badge
new (used but great) fogs
final coat/primering of hood paint

a local BMW BBQ




then I went to work (blockbuster), where i left chalk out on my hood parked by the front door.

after 7 hours, it turned out like this (pictures from today):




























May 31, 2009 06:02PM
I've never seen or heard of a hood quite like that.
Was this a coating you put on, or did you find a chalk board hood? winking smiley
June 01, 2009 12:33AM
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Earendil
I've never seen or heard of a hood quite like that.
Was this a coating you put on, or did you find a chalk board hood? winking smiley

my friend sanded my hood and painted about 3-4 coats of chalkboard paint onto it.


June 01, 2009 08:23AM
One of the artists is right: That is awesome! thumbs up

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Dave
'91 325iX
June 20, 2009 07:15PM
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Dave_G
One of the artists is right: That is awesome! thumbs up

Yes it is!
Do you get that kind of art every day?
June 21, 2009 01:26AM
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Jose Pinto
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Dave_G
One of the artists is right: That is awesome! thumbs up

Yes it is!
Do you get that kind of art every day?

only if i leave it out for a while with the chalk on the hood. normally i just let friends draw on it if they like.

this was at the E30 picnic:



July 04, 2009 05:11PM
When you wash it off what does it look like? That really is freakin awesome!
July 05, 2009 03:20PM
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JUMPNYC
When you wash it off what does it look like? That really is freakin awesome!

just looks like a chalkboard smiling smiley



July 09, 2009 09:12PM
It's a beauty, I especially love those wheels. Mmm.
I could never make mine into a rolling chalkboard though, I'd be too afraid of someone going a bit overboard.

Plus the instinctual urge to yell at people drawing on my hood would prove impossible to suppress. winking smiley
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