what body parts could fit in a toyota avalon 2001-2004 with little modifications needed

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Asked by Mar 20, 2013 at 10:52 PM about the 2003 Toyota Avalon XLS

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What are you tryin' to do to it? make it look like a rhinoceros, or a plug-in toaster?

Mr; nosmoking, this car looks pretty much like any other car as wind tunnel engineering kinda forces your hand if you are an absessive designer (as most Japanese are)...so bar of soap it is~...don't quite know what you intend to do other than make it a "ghetto special" with darkened windows and horse and buggy style chromed wheels.....oh and an obnoxiously deep bass enough to nullify any sense of hearing and loosen bolted parts.

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aren't there better things to do like study the cosmos, the universe, the astrological signs....improved engineering design? keerayzee clothing design?

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why are you allways hating on me judge_roy . No body got time too hate.

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nosmo, no hate here, just don't appreciate the way you make my buddies chase around to answer questions that are academic in nature...we don't have time for any nonsense...there are serious problems out there~ you've blackballed yourself. I had nothin' to do with it~

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Dislikers gonna dislike... I don't mind some tint and a nice set of wheels but most of those body kits look like a giant fish mouth in the front. The only body parts that are easily changeable are the front fenders, hood and bumper covers. Dress it up a little, maybe lower it, debadge and keep it clean. Less is more.

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