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ThisGuyFromNC
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ThisGuyFromNC May 1, 3:12am - #169075 
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What do you think?

I was thinking about getting vertical doors for my 2002 celica. Now from my understanding Vertical Doors hinge out then up, right?? If so, If I had my door handles shaved and installed a autoloc shaved door handle kit would it be to much on the swing out hinge?
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MptGlw69 May 1, 3:45am - #169076 
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I don't think it would be able to handle it.
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xmangt1 May 1, 7:25am - #169077 

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Yeah maybe not.
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slidr May 1, 8:48am - #169078 

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I wouldn't get them. No offense to anyone who has them, but if I saw someone get out of their Celica, and their doors lifted vertically, I would kick their ass.

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EuRoBoYGT May 1, 8:54am - #169079 

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i like the vertical doors but i don't think it would be good on ur car

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Stephen May 1, 8:54am - #169080 
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Go with the lambo doors, forget about shaving the handles...
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mastro543 May 1, 12:23pm - #169081 

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Originally Posted by Stephen
Go with the lambo doors, forget about shaving the handles...

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Erick May 2, 12:39am - #169082 

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Originally Posted by slidr
I wouldn't get them. No offense to anyone who has them, but if I saw someone get out of their Celica, and their doors lifted vertically, I would kick their ass.


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Sancho Jul 4, 6:32pm - #169083 

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Difference between Lambo and vertical doors? wtf

I thought they were the same. Or is it like scissor doors and Ferrari doors? I wouldn't kick somebodies ass, out of jealousy or anything. Its your car, do whatever you want.

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shidarin Jul 4, 6:35pm - #169084 
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There is no difference, verticle doors are lambo doors- donno why no one is calling that. Frankly, I want delorian doors! smile but on a vert, it's not an option. haha. ANyway, if you do lambo doors, you might as well do the shaved door handle.
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Vampyre Jul 4, 7:41pm - #169085 

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Verticle doors look good on the Celi, go for it. thumbsup
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