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To mod or not to mod? That is the question.


By Lemank

4 years ago



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#17 4 years ago
Quoted from bigd1979:

I use to be against modding bc I didn't keep pins long enough and it be a big money loss.... however now that I have many keeper pins ive been going to town with pdi glass, color dmds, lighting and powder coat.20160417_201114.jpg20160407_060120.jpg20160308_235511.jpg

I agree. Just like my cars I like to customize them the way I think they should have been done. Caution though it can get it out if hand. In the car hobby I would call it over dressing. It's your game, do what you want but it's easy to get caught up. You'll often hear the term tasteful mods but it's completely subjective.

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