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Thread: Cuda's Cars, v2.0

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    That seems fair. Moog has never done me wrong - the only negative thing I can say about it is that sometimes I've paid extra for Moog when the "part store brand" turns out to be the same thing. Then I'm just disappointed.

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    Can never go wrong with Moog.
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    Whoomah!

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    I'd buy that for $26.

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    Did you guys watch that documentary on Netflix?

    http://idreamofwires.org/

    Skipped over ball joints entirely, but it was still fantastic.

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    One of the simulated cases during one of my practical weeks in school was negotiating the settlement of a case where a fire destroyed a Moog. You just gave me some horrific flashbacks.

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    *boggle*

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    WHAT THE HELL CUDA?!?!?! #swoon

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    Heh, hard to believe that this piece is OEM stock -- but it looks like it from what I've found.



    I don't care how much you paid for it, when you're done detailing this rig it's gonna make you some serious coin (unless this becomes your Forever Car).
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    Also it looks like the paint code 202 didn't change over the years -- but it looks a touch blue in your pic (even when reflecting the Tree-Fiddy ) which made me wonder if they offered a dark Montego Blue Mica Clearcoat like Mazda did.

    Had to look it up aaaand nope.

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