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Old 06-09-2018, 09:44 AM
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I doubt he's worried about losing money because of his "chopped fenders" when he has a 991 GT3 RS in his garage lol
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Originally Posted by RAizzle View Post
I doubt he's worried about losing money because of his "chopped fenders" when he has a 991 GT3 RS in his garage lol
People with money didn’t get that way by losing money, I’m sure he doesn’t like losing money regardless of the reason. I wouldn’t have rolled them personally.
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Old 06-09-2018, 09:34 PM
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People with money didn’t get that way by losing money, I’m sure he doesn’t like losing money regardless of the reason. I wouldn’t have rolled them personally.
He wouldn't have had a choice.

Either you roll them professionally or the wheels will roll them for you.
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He wouldn't have had a choice.

Either you roll them professionally or the wheels will roll them for you.
I wouldn’t run those wheels, easy. But it’s whatever, not my car, hopefully he makes a good return.
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Old 06-10-2018, 08:04 AM
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I wouldn’t run those wheels, easy. But it’s whatever, not my car, hopefully he makes a good return.
I had the same exact wheels and similar tires. Personally they were worth the roll in order to pull off the desired look and performance.

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Good looking car, we’re all different though.
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Old 06-10-2018, 08:53 AM
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Absolutely! Rolling fenders certainly isn't for everyone and I do see that nor do i knock those who choose not too. It's personal preference.

With that said this car was sold for near $75k. That in of itself is truly astonishing.
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Yeah it really is, car was very clean no doubt, but it goes to show you what a little publicity will do for the price tag, good for him.

And on an unrelated note, your Porsche is beautiful, I’m currently looking at a used Cayman S or a Lotus exige to sit next to my s2000. Looking at yours makes me lean Cayman.
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$75K? Good golly miss molly. I would have bought Sterley Sackey's GPW for $70K instead. Yeah, pretty sure it sold because of the celebrity status on YouTube.

And just for the record, my initial post was not to defame this car. I'm merely a crazy dude who just likes cars in their original form. I probably represent a minority in the S2000 community.
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$75K? Good golly miss molly. I would have bought Sterley Sackey's GPW for $70K instead. Yeah, pretty sure it sold because of the celebrity status on YouTube.

And just for the record, my initial post was not to defame this car. I'm merely a crazy dude who just likes cars in their original form. I probably represent a minority in the S2000 community.
No lie i follow Matt pretty religiously on youtube and his facebook group. Most of my car washing gear came from him lol. His popularity im sure played a large role in the sale of his CR. As far as him having nearly $75k into it is not farfetch'd.

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