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Anktopot
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Anktopot Oct 18, 7:47pm - #302910 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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veilise and bomex

how would the bomex front with the veilside rear look? I have yet to find ant skirts so if the two bumpers will line up, what skirts do you think would finish off the kit nicely?



thanks
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ragingpaseo
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ragingpaseo Oct 18, 8:34pm - #302911 
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don't match well...when i have money, i would like to do bomex front and side with blitz rear...
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Zero Oct 18, 11:03pm - #302912 

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bomex front will not flow with the veilside (1 and 2) rear.

i'd suggest going with either the Buddy Club rear or Blitz rear. i like the simplicity and cleanliness of those rear bumpers thumbsup

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Zero Oct 18, 11:05pm - #302913 

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oh by the way, if you plan on getting the Bomex front bumper do something like this celica (courtesy of DoubleOhhGTS, hope he doesnt mind)

i'd get the bomex front bumper if and only if it came like this (or if i had the extra money for it to look like this)
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celicat23 Oct 19, 9:29am - #302914 

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Bomex front + sides, and K2 rear with the carbon splitter.
I'd go with that.

And that blue widebody bomex celica is just amazing.
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