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Old Tue, Jul-08-2014, 04:59:10 PM   #41
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I recently purchased the Avin Avant 2 unit for my car, I worked with Tommy from Avin and got everything squared away very quickly. Overall, it was a fairly simple install, and I am very happy with the unit. Here is the link to the full review I did on the unit.

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never heard of this.. supposed to be as good as Dynavin or Better?
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Umm the other cars in the garage...
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Old Wed, Jul-09-2014, 03:01:17 AM   #43
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Nice journal. Where did you get the German Engine emblem from?
Thanks, I had the fender grill logos custom made, the trunk badge is an OEM badge that I painted matte black myself, all the other logos I got online.

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Damn! That radio looks like it's OEM fitment. Tasteful mods!
Thanks much, its a work in process for sure.

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Beautiful car, coming along very very nicely.
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never heard of this.. supposed to be as good as Dynavin or Better?
I have no experience with Dynavin, so I can not speak for that, but I love the Avin unit for sure.

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Umm the other cars in the garage...
lol, yes, those are my fathers cars. He's the one the gave me my love for cars, I managed to convert him from an American guy to a euro guy. He's got two German ladies himself.
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Old Mon, Jul-14-2014, 03:41:42 AM   #44
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I finally got my trunk installed; I got lucky and fitment was great right when I put it on, not much playing around. I decided to use my new german flag colored badges on my trunk and my fender grills and I love the way it came out. I'll be looking to do a proper shoot soon, but heres a few shots to show off the new booty.







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Trunk looks great, fitment and color match look dead on. Question, is the the original SG on or the SCZA?
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Looking good.
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Trunk looks great, fitment and color match look dead on. Question, is the the original SG on or the SCZA?
Thanks, its the SCORZA mold; while i'm sure the SG fit just fine, I decided to spend a little more to ensure perfect fitment. Like I said, it was nearly spot on fitment when i first bolted it up, had to dremel a little here and a little there, but overall the quality and fitment is spot on.
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Old Tue, Jul-22-2014, 03:30:10 AM   #48
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Pick up a new wheel the other day, had it for about 10 minutes before it was back out in the mail on its way to Coby for a custom wrap.

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Today I got my wheel back from Coby wheels, Mike was great to work with and I am very pleased with the finished product. After talking with Mike, it appears that this is the only set of boots and wheel that he has ever wrapped in this way; so as it stands, I have a completely one off combo, and its most likely the only setup of its kind to date. I decided to carry the german flag colors from the outside of the car to the inside. I highly recommend Coby wraps, easy to work with and a quick turn around. Here is my new custom wrapped CSL style steering wheel and boots...











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Old Wed, Jul-30-2014, 09:42:47 AM   #50
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Today I got my wheel back from Coby wheels, Mike was great to work with and I am very pleased with the finished product. After talking with Mike, it appears that this is the only set of boots and wheel that he has ever wrapped in this way; so as it stands, I have a completely one off combo, and its most likely the only setup of its kind to date. I decided to carry the german flag colors from the outside of the car to the inside. I highly recommend Coby wraps, easy to work with and a quick turn around. Here is my new custom wrapped CSL style steering wheel and boots...











I thought of that two years ago, no idea why i never did the German tri stitch colors. Looks good.
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