should i put lamborghini doors on my grand prix?
what year grand prix?
1991.. its bone stock as of right now... i eventually want to get a body kit too.. turning it into a show car.
I'd say no... granted i hate lambo doors. But hey if instead of spending your money on a better car you want to blow it on a 1991 grand prix that's your choice. But it may just be my opinion but you'd look like a fool.
Dont hate bro...you do make a point tho.. but it was the first car i ever owned.. paid practically nothing for it.. you dont see many people "tricking out" 91 grand prix's so i thought i would be different..
I wouldn't do the doors....they are heavy & clients that have done this, have all went & changed back stock...granted, it gives a different look, but really, ends up costing alot & causing alot of headaches! Body kits look sweet...there are all kinds of things you can do to those cars to make them stand out!
lambo doors are sick! Dont listen to the people who are like :they suck, they break, they cause headaches" They are AWESOME on the 1991? I don't know, but on the 96 to 2003 would look good. My friend has a Pontiac G5 with 90 degree lambo doors and they are SICK! just by opening your doors people turn their heads! Who wouldn't want that? Autoloc is the brand to go with! Lambo doors are a sick customization! BUT the 60 degree kits only look good on Lamborghinis to me, most cars look better the closer to 90 degrees. Sometimes a perfect 90 degrees looks weird so i find that 80 to 85 degrees is the best one so a universal option is better. ^__^
Poo poo on the people who shun lambo doors! I have them on my 97 Jaguar XK8 and have all the Jaguar haters constantly putting me down. A custom car is just that-- do what makes you happy! I don't have any issues with my lambo doors. And I will say I cannot go anywhere, even Walmart, without people staring and complimenting my car! If you want attention, this is definitely the one option that will give it to you.
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