I would buy a used kit if it looks good...paint is probably what...$400-$600 depending on where you go?...i mean if it looks good I would definitely do it. save allll that money and put it toward some rims
plus i'm not sure if the kaminari comes with all those predrilled holes etc...but in either case this kit has all the holes in the right place...and all the brackets etc still on...so your job is half done
I'm driving down to take a look at it this weekend. According to the seller, there are some minor scratches on the rear and sides, otherwise it's in great condition. The fitment should be good since it's supposed to be an authentic kit, I will verify that as well. I've also seen pics of the kit on the car and the fitment seems great.
I bought mine used. got a wicked deal and never had a problem. since then I've craked it and all the hard frwy miles have left it batle scarred lol. I'm glad I didnt pay a lot for it cause I already knew it's fate
Yeah go for it...thats a lot of money saved, and who cares if theres just minor scratches...good 4 you dude
Cop:These headlight covers are illegal. Me:Officer those are stock headlights...that's how they come. Cop:YEAH?YOU GET THIS CAR FROM A DEALERSHIP?? Me:Yeah I got it from a Toyota Dealership. Cop:(Walks away trying not to look stupid)
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