how is your car unique?

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  1. junrai

    junrai Member

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    with so many of us in one place (forum) how have you made your car unique?
    have you done a one off paint job or used a color combo no one else has or what?

    as for my car its the powder coating. I have SOOOO much powder coating done theres no way you couldnt recognize my car if you seen it before

    so lets hear and see how your car is unique.........that is if you want to give up your secrets :biglaugh:
    http://mmb.maverick.to/attachment.php?attachmentid=65024&d=1402942939
     
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  2. doncomfort

    doncomfort MCCI Membership Director

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    SlotlessMan A squirrel and his nut

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    WinterBlue71 Factory Painted Roof

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    Because it's the ONLY one in a 1000klm radius!
     
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    after searching google satellite images I saw one in your neighbors backyard :rofl2: jk
    good answers so far now lets see pics
     
  7. MaverickDan

    MaverickDan I wanna go fast!!!

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    Nothing unique about mine, just a standard 4 door.
     
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    :hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm::hmmm: is that pic of your car one of those pics youre supposed to stare at for hours before you realize the thing youre supposed to see has been totally obvious the whole time? :biglaugh:

    I never get tired of seeing your car its by far the best attempt at a factory convertible Ive seen. just DONT put the top up.:naughty:
     
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    Patches stands out in a crowd...:chirp:
     
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    are you the only guy out there that has a turbo 4 door? I dont know if Ive even heard of anyone else running a turbo on there mav/comet
     
  11. Mad Goon

    Mad Goon Scaring the Hondas

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    I guess the Bobcat tail lights. Other than that, there are a lot of Mavericks/Comets with a warmed-over 302, Grabber hood & ducktail, and bucket seats, so I guess it's not all that unique. Definitely not a stock, boring Maverick though.
     
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    image.jpg heres a couple of pics
     

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