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I'm about to get my 93 Corolla LE painted, and i was wondering what the easiest way to get rid of that "corolla" thing between the tail lights would be?

Thanks guys!! :thumbsup:
 

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Full Throttle
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It's just a sticker so should peel off fairly easily. It will help if you have long finger nails, otherwise carefully use a small flathead screw driver or blade to get the corners started. Personally I think it looks like crap with the sticker removed though. I've seen Corollas without it before and it just makes it look bland and incomplete. It tends to subtly break everything up too. Your choice though :thumbsup:
 

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TIEyota fighter ace
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The LE rear fascia I have is the one with the raised lettering, if you have one of those you might need to take a belt sander to it.

However you'll make it look like a fat-bottomed Paseo.
 

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I just sanded mine so the "grey paint" on it is gone but yeah the raised "COROLLA" is still there. So I just repainted it flat black.
 

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Horolla, thats hot. I sanded mine down and then painted it, would rather have the euro center and rear bumper though.
 

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Losing badges is the single best thing you can do inexpensively to a car to make it look better.

DO IT!
 

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Mine never had the "Toyota" badge on the trunk lid's right side, just the Toyota logo. I never knew this until I visited this site and think it looks a ton better given it already has the Corolla on the trunk plate between the lights. Only debadging I would do though.
 
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