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fungusamongus
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fungusamongus Oct 26, 4:58am - #309743 
2002 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica
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Last question...promise.

Sorry to bore people w/ my body kit questions, but i just dont know jack. I was wondering how much a veilside body kit would run w/ installation and everything?
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RedSunCelica Oct 26, 5:47am - #309744 

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Originally Posted by fungusamongus
Sorry to bore people w/ my body kit questions, but i just dont know jack. I was wondering how much a veilside body kit would run w/ installation and everything?


find the kit... and depending on where you get it itll be about 800 - 2500 depending on how good you want it to look and who you takeit to. it all depends on which shop you takeit to.
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Oct 26, 6:09am - #309745 

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buy the kit from KrazyKustoms.com and install it yourself its not hard at all, you just need a friend to help you. the fit from there kit was great and the cost of installation $0. thumbsup
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Oct 26, 6:15am - #309746 

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heres the link http://www.krazykustomz.com/0004celica.html and i bought the wayson usa kit it's only $350 and the fit is great like i said before thumbsup
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Genomaxter Oct 26, 7:00am - #309747 
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I just looked at the Veilside Extreme. This seems WAY TOO good to be trueshocked. How am i to expect that they sell Veilside for that cheap unless its cheap in material itself. Is this the Veilside you got on ur car already from this company. If so, hows it holding with you. cool
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Oct 26, 7:12am - #309748 

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YUP thats the one i have it is a knockoff of course, the FG is a little thin but very strong and its holding up great with great fitment except under the tails were it has a small gap but nothing big. no modding to make it fit! its an A+ KIT! I would post pics but i have no diggy cam if i can borrow my friends this week i'll post some up!
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SmutasticGT Oct 26, 3:53pm - #309749 

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Think I am buyin a body kit soon lol thanx for the link BATmobile thumbsup

By the way, how much did it cost to paint the bodykit?
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fungusamongus
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fungusamongus Oct 26, 3:56pm - #309750 
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That does sound a little low, but it could be worth it. So where you go? How would you get it installed if you wanted someone to install it for you? Would you take it to a custom shop and tell them you found something online, and they'd get it for you, and install it? And what about paint, i dont know how these things wrk
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Oct 26, 6:01pm - #309751 

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i got the hookup on paint so i think it run about $500 to paint? Fungusamongus, just get a friend and install it yourself look how the stock bumper is installed, i'll try and find a link how to install a kit for you!
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