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I inherited a 2002 Corolla LE from my company fleet shortly after canning my sales person and deciding that I would much enjoy the gas mileage of the Corolla for my daily commute, rather than my Hemi Ram. That was about 4 months ago and since then it's rather grown on me. I'm the kind of person who if he likes something, he tries to make it better and fix what needs to be fixed. I was first off irked by the filth left behind by the sales person, every panel was black and gross, so I steamed the interior and got it a lot cleaner, though not as nice as I would like it to be, not to mention the cigarette burns on the cloth was very annoying. This week I decided to address that. I want to get the seats done, but I need to get a few dollars together to address that, I'm thinking vinyl with the same cloth in the centers, and possibly some green shag, have to live up to the name Ballerolla.






I also hate the curbed up walmart hubcaps that are on it, and rather than doing tye typical, I picked out some atypical wheels, and as I started envisioning things more and more, I am picturing the car as a good little mini VIP car. The pictures are more of a test fit, I am still trying to get the suspension oriented, but with a slam, most likely air bags and some fender flares, it's going to look hot.




BTW I know just about anything you can ask about window tinting and auto glass in general, so if you have any questions by all means ask.
 

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what the hell was he selling, driving around with a corolla looking like that?

Did sales for our auto glass and tint company, filthy filthy woman I tell you, they can never keep their cars clean. The bumper was actually my sister, she ran into some lifted trucks tire pulling out of a parking lot, though she says he hit her.
 

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looks like someone puked and then you stuck it up as headliner. the wheels are WAY too offset

Meh, cookie cutter cars are boring. The whole goal is to have fun, not look like every other car on the road. Need the deep offset for the fender flares, otherwise it would look silly.
 

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Is there anything else you can do to a corolla than make it showy? I mean it's a corolla, not exactly the epitome of speed. Besides, the silver one is for speeding.

 

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corolla looks good! just that headliner and those door panel inserts :bleh: oh i almost forgot that armerest!
 

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Here's a couple examples since you're new the Corolla scene.



A few members have turbocharged their motors and even a few high compression naturally aspirated ones. This point of this car is that it's not a popular tuning platform and it's moderately light.
 

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I personally wouldn't use HID units unless they were going into housings or projectors designed for HID lighting. Most every car I see with crap ebay slapped on them looks like crap ebay going down the street.
 
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