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jared1993

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1993 Black coupe M6
I just got the fender stripes, front blackouts, and hood accents. I think It's that finishing touch!

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Edmond

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Love the black and red color combination. It really goes together well. That thing must look very stealth at night. :D
 
C

Cool Driver

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Your car looks GREAT! I love the red accents and have considered them for my car. The young man I bought my '96 from had put the blackouts on the front and rear, and although I liked them okay I took them off a few months ago. You can still see them in my avatar.

I think Jane Ann is onto something. It looks like a C5 in the garage.

:w Barbie
 

sxyvet

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1991 ZO7 coupe, 6 speed,red on red w/most options!
hi there jared1993,
looks really nice mate!
all you have to do now is lower the car a couple of inches front and rear and a way you go!!!
these beautiful cars look even nicer once you elimnate the ugly gap betwwen the the guards and tyres i reackon!
i have lowered my vette just above the guards front and rear and looks really tuff!
cheers
glen
Australia
 

Remo

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2001 Quicksilver Lingenfelter Convertible
Jared,

Nicely done - a perfect combination. I agree with sxyvet about lowering it. I dropped mine a little all around and it really makes an improvement on both the appearance and handling. Your car lookss fantastic.

P.S. Is that another Vette covered up in the garage?

Remo:cool
 

Guy

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That's a nice touch to your C4 - a great look!

Looks like a C5 under that cover. ;)

:w
Guy
 
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Ted Krempa

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Hey Jared, how did you arrange to get the wheels off to do the calipers. (Sounds like a dumb question, I know), but....I went to do mine and found out there is no way to get a floor jack under the car. Using the stock jack you can get one wheel at a time but the paint ain't gonna last long enough for 4 wheels !!! so for the time being I have 1 red caliper and 3 black !!
 

jared1993

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Marlboro NJ
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1993 Black coupe M6
Hey Jared, how did you arrange to get the wheels off to do the calipers. (Sounds like a dumb question, I know), but....I went to do mine and found out there is no way to get a floor jack under the car. Using the stock jack you can get one wheel at a time but the paint ain't gonna last long enough for 4 wheels !!! so for the time being I have 1 red caliper and 3 black !!

There are no dumb questions. I actually had the same problem.....so I went to sears. They have a real nice LOW jack. So I lifted 1 Side Got a jack stand Under the front and back. Then I went to the other side and put a jack stand under the other front tire. Lastly I put and left the jack on the back. Or you can just lift 1 side, complete the 2...then do the other side. Basically what ever works safely.


As far as everyone asking about the C5. It's my pops. 2001 M6. Custom Chemeleon paint. SLP exhaust, ram-air, some other bolt-ons. Bad-ass car! Here are 2 pics:
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Ted Krempa said:
Hey Jared, how did you arrange to get the wheels off to do the calipers. (Sounds like a dumb question, I know), but....I went to do mine and found out there is no way to get a floor jack under the car. Using the stock jack you can get one wheel at a time but the paint ain't gonna last long enough for 4 wheels !!! so for the time being I have 1 red caliper and 3 black !!

Drive your car up on some 2x4's first then you will be able to jack it up.
 

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