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Old 04-07-2007, 07:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How did he do this mod?

Hi,

Found this pic from the bavaria motor weekend pics. How did he remove the door handels. (Nice Mod)used:

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Old 04-07-2007, 08:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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removing the door handles is all custom body work
any body shop can do it , im assuming whomever painted the car did the widebody and the shaved door handles, i do like the flares come to think of it
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Thats somewhat like a rieger Infinity II widebody kit. My dream widebody kit. Cleanest one in my opinion!

I believe that car belogns to Behmer from Bimmerforums. His body work is all custom. Although he did one thign to make me mad and that was remove all moldings.
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i like it without the moulding i wanna do that if i had the money
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no moulding ftl
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+1, my fiance who is shopping for a 99 m3 right now says she wants to remove the moulding once she buys it.. -gag-

though on a plus side she loves the uuc exhaust and says that and the dinan intake are her first planned mods.
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The body line show up more. Looks more clean
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Often they use door lock servos to pop the door open, this will work unless you blow a fuse. Then happy times come when you try to use a lock out tool to open the door not just unlock it.... The best way to avoid this is to hard wire a push button to the servo then wire it into trunk.

They look neat, but its actually more of a pain and adds more problems. Just like lambo doors, they look cool, but suck if you have to deal with them on a daily basis.
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