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There is no scientific justification for this, but I would prefer the decal on the left hand mirror.
 

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I kind of like it...
 

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Randy;

explain Leroyed out to them

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When something is "LeRoyed" out, it's been over done. The genesis was back in the '70s when people put outrageous vinyl tops, gold trimmed wire wheels, and fake doo dads on their big old Pontiacs, Cadillas, and such.....

......hence the terms Full LeRoy, Half LeRoy, Double LeRoy, etc.

In general, the F4 and Brutale look their best in stock trim. Exceptions certainly exist, i.e. Randrew's magnificent work or art, and Alkatraxx' multiple editions.
 

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When something is "LeRoyed" out, it's been over done. The genesis was back in the '70s when people put outrageous vinyl tops, gold trimmed wire wheels, and fake doo dads on their big old Pontiacs, Cadillas, and such.....

......hence the terms Full LeRoy, Half LeRoy, Double LeRoy, etc.

In general, the F4 and Brutale look their best in stock trim. Exceptions certainly exist, i.e. Randrew's magnificent work or art, and Alkatraxx' multiple editions.
Whatsamatter...,you don't like????:naughty:
 

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Whatsamatter...,you don't like????:naughty:
Actually Brian, this Cutlass, while seemingly LeRoyed, it's not. LeRoying came into being in the mid 70's. This car, with the tiny wheels is a much later example of the Lowrider culture. Similar.....but not the same. A LeRoyed car predates hydraulic suspension and tiny tires.
 
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