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nice toffee grey Corrado
« on: Dec 06, 17, 20:21 »
Don't know who's toffee Corrado this is but it's pretty nice.
This is my goal now, with different wheels.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #1 on: Dec 11, 17, 12:21 »
Now everyone will be disappointed if your car is anything less than this.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #2 on: Dec 12, 17, 21:02 »
 :thumbup: :D
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #3 on: Dec 12, 17, 22:43 »
Toffee Grey Corrado - check
VR6 Hood - check
Euro Lights - check
De-badged Grill - check

All that is left:
New paint and rust remediation
Nice wheels
$$$$$$$

Paint possible this spring.

Wheels and $$$$$$ ... who knows...LOL!!!!!
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #4 on: Dec 12, 17, 23:16 »
SUch a nice and rare color
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #5 on: Dec 13, 17, 14:11 »
You also need the deep chin spoiler and coilovers. His fenders are pulled also.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #6 on: Dec 13, 17, 15:52 »
Custom paint, pulled fenders, custom 3 piece wheels, suspension, most likely minty fresh interior, deep chin spoiler, black out headlights and bumper lights, etc.  Sounds like you've invested in the cheap and easy part, you're only about 20k away from having this corrado.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #7 on: Dec 14, 17, 12:15 »
Nice goal to aim towards! 

Keep plugging away and I'm sure you'll get to where you want to be if you're persistent!

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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #8 on: Dec 14, 17, 16:36 »
Also have the coilers and spare lights ready to get smoked.
Not my style to pull the fenders, but do like the missing mouldings look.
Wheels are also not my style, but will continue to look.

Ahh, the fun of owning one of these and seeing the love that someone else has given them.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #9 on: Dec 14, 17, 18:27 »
Laminx on those lights for sure.

Id recommend getting them but not that dark.  Please post a nice pic of your car,  glad you got it back up and running!

Good to see another Corrado out and about.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #10 on: Dec 14, 17, 20:17 »
Not the best pics of the Corrado, but no too bad.
Interior is stock. Not too bad looking for 26yrs old.

Stage 4 Charger currently at BBM for a rebuild.
Hoping to do SS Exhaust and pain this year.
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #11 on: Dec 14, 17, 20:31 »
Looks good.  Needs collector plates
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #12 on: Dec 14, 17, 20:33 »
I agree it looks great!

Collector plates would be a good idea but all this thing needs is suspension and wheels.

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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #13 on: Dec 14, 17, 21:02 »
Has FK Coilovers on it.
Needs paint, exhaust, wheels, R32 Engine!!!!! LOL!
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #14 on: Dec 14, 17, 22:49 »
flame suit

G60 hood > VR6 Hood

I used to love looking out over the hood of my G60. Seemed more sculpted that the VR6

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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #15 on: Dec 14, 17, 22:50 »


Love the grill too. Just screams 90's more than the later cars
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #16 on: Dec 15, 17, 09:07 »
I love corrados. Mine needs paint :(
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #17 on: Dec 16, 17, 11:35 »
I love corrados. Mine needs paint :(

Yet to see it, you dont think we can salvage  and just do paint correction?
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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #18 on: Jan 28, 18, 09:23 »
flame suit

G60 hood > VR6 Hood

I used to love looking out over the hood of my G60. Seemed more sculpted that the VR6

Totally agree. I would never consider swapping a VR hood onto a g60. Keep em on the cars they belong on. I used to hate the g60 grill and ran a modified vr one for years on my rado. Then I picked up a spoonfed badgeless g60 grill and fell back in love with the retro look...clean.

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Re: nice toffee grey Corrado
« Reply #19 on: Jun 04, 18, 06:29 »
Corrados are great when they work not so much when they don't.




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