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Old 10-02-2010, 01:51 AM   #51
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you people haven't any shred of decency. I hope you all get violated in the rear by a thousand well-endowed midgets while swallowing load after load of donkey cum
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Old 10-02-2010, 01:52 AM   #52
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you people haven't any shred of decency. I hope you all get violated in the rear by a thousand well-endowed midgets while swallowing load after load of donkey cum
The aftermath of which would still look better than what you did to that poor car.
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:34 AM   #53
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7 P's.

Piss poor planning produces piss poor performance.
I knew the 6 P's

Prior planning prevents piss poor performance

but not the 7 P's

You gots more P's than me.
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:35 AM   #54
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I am absolutely astounded at the number of blatently* **holish people out here. Obviously i had no clue what i was* ***img doing. The car is currently a total loss with over 6 thousand dollars worth or exterior and frame damage ithas no resale value. Its nothing but an experiment until i can afford something better. Here i am onceagain being ruthlessly flamed rather than having anyone with productive ideas. I appreciate those who gave productive ideas. For those of you who obviously enjoy spending time on the internet trying to make others feel bad in your spare time while regularly spending your time masterbating to videos of horses shooting loads in some guys butt if you really would like to flame me please feel free to come by my house and ring my doorbell while standing on a classic looney tunes. "X" on my porch. I assure you upon ringing said bell i will approach. The door in order to clean your lifeless corpse out from under the anvil. And reset it to its blatantly obvious perch only ten feet above your head. You can all help me repaint my car, my house, my shed. Your blood would be most appreciated
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:38 AM   #55
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you people haven't any shred of decency. I hope you all get violated in the rear by a thousand well-endowed midgets while swallowing load after load of donkey cum
Can you tell us how that feels? Considering you have tons of experience under your belt.
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Old 10-02-2010, 03:37 AM   #56
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; what sixthgearjunkie has done is ask a simple question on interior painting. He has got more than his fair share of criticism on his work, so this is time to help a fellow Subaru owner through sharing your techniques in proper interior painting.

We are all mature Subaru owners, and the bullying should stop.

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Old 10-02-2010, 05:12 AM   #57
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I for one am impressed. After looking through the picks I was amazed to find out someone would agree to mary you.

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Old 10-02-2010, 08:14 AM   #58
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^ouch! we be getting personal now!



but yeah Thank god it is an L.




and coming from experience. If you do something that gets flamed. Its better not to reply otherwise the thread just keeps getting bumped and bumped and more fire and flames and burning!
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:01 AM   #59
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Please for the love of god move to OT....
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:26 AM   #60
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I am absolutely astounded at the number of blatently* **holish people out here. Obviously i had no clue what i was* ***img doing. The car is currently a total loss with over 6 thousand dollars worth or exterior and frame damage ithas no resale value. Its nothing but an experiment until i can afford something better. Here i am onceagain being ruthlessly flamed rather than having anyone with productive ideas. I appreciate those who gave productive ideas. For those of you who obviously enjoy spending time on the internet trying to make others feel bad in your spare time while regularly spending your time masterbating to videos of horses shooting loads in some guys butt if you really would like to flame me please feel free to come by my house and ring my doorbell while standing on a classic looney tunes. "X" on my porch. I assure you upon ringing said bell i will approach. The door in order to clean your lifeless corpse out from under the anvil. And reset it to its blatantly obvious perch only ten feet above your head. You can all help me repaint my car, my house, my shed. Your blood would be most appreciated
Good lord
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:32 AM   #61
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i use to be in the same spot as you my friend (op)...when i bought my subie the original owner didnt like the silver trim in the center console so he painted it black. unfortunetly the dumbass didnt sand it down or take any necessary prepping steps and just went over it so after about 2 weeks of me owning it, it was chipping so bad i had to repaint it. So what i did and what you should do is
I got 3 grades of sand paper. 400 to take off old paint, 800 to smooth it out, and 1200 for the final sanding in between coats. A good thing to get which people forget about is if your painting a plastic center console, you're going to need a Self Adhesion Promoter after you sand and before you use primer. I used primer to make sure it wouldnt chip as easily. After i was done it didnt look factory but it wasnt chipping. In the end im looking for a factory dash kit when i get some extra cash because even though when people get in my car they dont notice it....i can and thats all that matters. Hope that helps
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:34 AM   #62
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OP your an idiot
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Old 10-02-2010, 12:33 PM   #63
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder; what sixthgearjunkie has done is ask a simple question on interior painting. He has got more than his fair share of criticism on his work, so this is time to help a fellow Subaru owner through sharing your techniques in proper interior painting.

We are all mature Subaru owners, and the bullying should stop.

Thanks!

Victor
I disagree Victor...

So here is the deal; most of us love these cars, and hate to see one all ghetto tarted out.

It drags down the value of the rest of them on the road. Not that we have an amazing collectors car, but still every time I see some creative yet tasteless individual open a can of tall mouse/craftmart action on his car it just hurts.

There are forums for car ghetto'izing out there where he can go and find enthusiasts that share his vision and will support him.

Seriously go here be happy leave us happy : http://www.xzibitcentral.com/

If you posted a lime green M3 with gold rims on the BimmerForum you would get flamed too. It is because folks love these cars and they hate to see them tastelessly accessorized.

To the OP, just go and post where your thoughts will be valued and your values understood.

Cheers
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Old 10-02-2010, 12:54 PM   #64
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LMAO... this guy can't be serious... and who posts something like this expecting NOT to get flamed, then starts talking about gay sex, donkey cum, and midgets?

I haven't posted on here in months but I had to sign in for this one.. too epic to pass up

OH.. and I agree 10000% with what Russ says above ^

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Old 10-02-2010, 01:15 PM   #65
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lmao....
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Old 10-02-2010, 01:15 PM   #66
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If you posted a lime green M3 with gold rims on the BimmerForum you would get flamed too. It is because folks love these cars and they hate to see them tastelessly accessorized.
And this is where the thread should end.
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Old 10-02-2010, 01:48 PM   #67
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:02 PM   #68
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This thread is hilarious
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:16 PM   #69
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Is this real life??
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:30 PM   #70
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lmao, ill sponsor him
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Old 10-02-2010, 02:42 PM   #71
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Old 10-02-2010, 04:50 PM   #72
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OP your an idiot
I aggree with this one.
there are certain fools I just shouldn't even have ackownledged, let alone have some sort of emotional affect on me.

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Not my thing imo
I've painted mine, BUT I took out the pieces and prepped them well, you got a problem cause unless I'm not seeing it you didn't sand your dashboard (I'm on a cellphone so clarity isn't the greatest)
What you should do is take that paint off
Cover everything, take your stencail lay it and tape it.
Then sand the stencil and apply the appropriate coats. Keep the stencil on after each coat. And remember lightly sand between coats so the paint has something bind with. I also found the krylon seems to work the best for plastics interior plastics, and has been holding up well on my grill exterior as well!

Let me know about anything else you did procedurely
i did no sort of sanding or prepping. just washed the thick layer of dirt on it off before i got started. i think i need a better material for the stencil the symbol didn't even paint on properly originally since i didn't know what to use for the stencil, so I ended up using poster board, and even with all the tape the poster board doesn't conform around some parts of the dash since its not that flexible. This is turn left gaps under the stencil which let paint in and ruined the whole thing. some of the problem with it is that i had to go back over just that spot three more times switching between the two paint colors and switching between both the positive and negative forms of the stencil so that it didn't look runny. it isn't perfect, but i think id be willing to try something new. Also a lot of those pictures are a few months old now that i think about it. And i took them when A. i only had one coat on everything, and B. some hadn't even fully dried yet.

Boy i wish there was something to really love about this car, but as it stands the damage in the rear is so extensive my trunk is being held down by wire and still if i don't drivewith the windows down on a dirt road i suffocate there are so many new holes in the car. not for resale. I'n the end the only thing that will be resellable in this car will be under the hood. i'm havina bit of fun, and I didn't really know where to start. seeing as I have no artistic experience and don't have many tools or almost any money I had to start somewhere. good judgement comes from experiences, and those experiences come from bad judgement.
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Old 10-02-2010, 06:09 PM   #73
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You know, i made a comment, not as dispariging as alot of them, more casual..... I may not like what happened, obviously the OP didnt either , I highly doubt he decided to wake up and destroy his interior.

Honestly, if he lived near buy I would try to help him...... or atleast help fix the issue. Maybe someone here can do that? isnt that what this forum is about, being a community, not being A-holes every time someone does something that they may not agree with, who cares if you car is HellaFlush, not so flush, slammed, lifted whatever.....

thier are way too many negative opions on this forum, instead of actually helping others out, i have made some very good freinds off my other forums as im sure alot of you all did, you have too start somewhere.......

If it was me, i would have posted the pics just like the OP did, but maybe include more of a back story....

He obviously was looking for help.
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Old 10-02-2010, 08:31 PM   #74
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Old 10-02-2010, 09:22 PM   #75
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OP your an idiot
The irony.




How about using the word you're, as in you are.
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