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    This is one Sick A$$ CB3 ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XxtRjYxfxM

    Credit: AngelSickTV ...




    My CB9/Wagon Thread Start to Finish:
    http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthre...ighlight=wagon

    #2
    Not my style, but I can certainly appreciate the amount of quality work put into that. car. The arches blended into the doors and the UV glare on the headlights are my personal favorites.
    My Members' Ride Thread - It's a marathon build, not a sprint. But keep me honest on the update frequency!

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      #3
      How does one make their headlights like that? What's that even called?

      I want to do that to my Talon eventually.
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        #4
        Originally posted by H311RA151N View Post
        How does one make their headlights like that? What's that even called?

        I want to do that to my Talon eventually.
        Those are polarized lenses. Not sure how they apply it but I know that's what they are called
        ~Nick~
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          #5
          Originally posted by Grumpys93 View Post
          Those are polarized lenses. Not sure how they apply it but I know that's what they are called
          Alright thank you! I really didn't even know how to describe it I just know that I really like it. I seen a Supra like that on Youtube a few years ago and totally fell for the headlights.

          Polarized. That gives me enough information to go on. Thanks again!





          PakaloloHonda / Tomi If you read this, I hope you are doing well my friend!
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            #6
            It's shiny.... but nothing special. Looks good, looks like he/she takes good care of it.

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              #7
              I'm actually really wanting air ride on my wagon, with how the technology's proven itself capable at the track lately. I just don't want the equipment taking up so much of that cargo space that I'm getting a wagon for in the first place.

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                #8
                Originally posted by H311RA151N View Post
                Alright thank you! I really didn't even know how to describe it I just know that I really like it. I seen a Supra like that on Youtube a few years ago and totally fell for the headlights.

                Polarized. That gives me enough information to go on. Thanks again!
                It's a film (kind of like vinyl wrapping).

                Chameleon Headlight Film

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                  #9
                  I hate the stretched tire look, but I do like that it's on air (much better than if it were "stanced" on springs or coilovers.) That paint is amazing, though. I actually considered painting my car that color!
                  I wouldn't want that car as-is, but I can respect the work. I can see what they were going for, and I think they nailed it.






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                    #10
                    I dig it, it's very well done. I wonder what header that is on the h22, doesn't look familiar. Over the years, I've seen so many hondas with aftermarket wheels w/o center caps showing either the rusty hub dust cap or the end of the axle/axle nut. I just find it so ironic that 99% of the exterior is flawless and then there's rusty metal @ the center of the wheel. Just paint it all black w/ brush on rustoleum + a small brush

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by H311RA151N View Post
                      Alright thank you! I really didn't even know how to describe it I just know that I really like it. I seen a Supra like that on Youtube a few years ago and totally fell for the headlights.

                      Polarized. That gives me enough information to go on. Thanks again!





                      PakaloloHonda / Tomi If you read this, I hope you are doing well my friend!
                      Dude I'm great! How you been? When you comin to Vegas? lol

                      Wagon's doin fine too!




                      My CB9/Wagon Thread Start to Finish:
                      http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthre...ighlight=wagon

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by oni_cb7 View Post
                        It's a film (kind of like vinyl wrapping).

                        I found some info on the web about it. Thanks to you guys!

                        Originally posted by PakaloloHonda
                        Doin great Josh .. when you comin to Vegas lol ...
                        Hope you and your family are doing well also!


                        Chameleon Headlight Film
                        Originally posted by PakaloloHonda View Post
                        Dude I'm great! How you been? When you comin to Vegas? lol

                        Wagon's doin fine too!
                        Sorry Tomi, I must have missed this thread in the new posts.

                        I don't know when I'll head out that way but I'd like to one day! I went through Salt Lake on my way to Vancouver WA last year. That's the closest I've ever been I do believe.

                        Everyone is doing very well. I hope things are great for you as well!

                        Thanks for the link as well, very cool!
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                          #13
                          I totally dig the bags and headlights , but I really don't care for color of the engine bay and wheels.

                          Sweet video though
                          I'm faster then a prius

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by H311RA151N View Post
                            How does one make their headlights like that? What's that even called?

                            I want to do that to my Talon eventually.
                            If you google neo chrome headlight tint that tuff usually comes up, or another term is "chameleon". I thought about doing my headlights, but I don't think that would work with the little stubs that stick out of the stock headlights.
                            Last edited by GTRON; 03-23-2017, 01:39 PM.
                            I'm faster then a prius

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                              #15
                              If you're careful, a heat gun should get the film tight around those aiming nipples.

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