modifying your car

kitikyumu

Senior Villager
#1
I was going through jim baraza's forum on facebook then saw this bugger who converted his toyota MR2 into a ferrari complete with logos and someone also decides to convert his nissan fuga into a vw,talkers are there legal aspects involved?i want to convert my premio into subaru wrx( i admire that beast)
 

Alchemist

Village Elder
#2
I was going through jim baraza's forum on facebook then saw this bugger who converted his toyota MR2 into a ferrari complete with logos and someone also decides to convert his nissan fuga into a vw,talkers are there legal aspects involved?i want to convert my premio into subaru wrx( i admirer that beast)
Ninja, owning a Premio, you ain't far from your fancy Subaru... The upgrade cost, hmmmm better buy your fancy car.
 

Maraiyoiyo

Village Elder
#4
i want to convert my premio into subaru wrx( i admirer that beast)
Process is very simple:
1. Sell the Premio (has a high resale value, or so I hear)
2. Add another Premio (in resale value terms) to buy a Subaru WRX STI.
3. Add another Premio (in maintenance and fuel cost) to run the WRX for a year as a daily driver.

As you can see, the above goes against the grain and reason for Existence of the Premio battalion. This demands an entire paradigm shift in philosophy and conversion from Resale-value-availability-of-parts-low-gas-mileage fanaticism to petrol head territory.

If you can't, bandika badge, weka blinking brake lights, fart can exhaust, chrome bumpers, spades, "the-great-run" decals, pioneer speakers in the boot, and all sort of stickers and maintain the lane on the far left of the highway as real cars pass by. Post the results pale Mukuru kwa Zukabaga
 

x-trail

Village Elder
#10
I was going through jim baraza's forum on facebook then saw this bugger who converted his toyota MR2 into a ferrari complete with logos and someone also decides to convert his nissan fuga into a vw,talkers are there legal aspects involved?i want to convert my premio into subaru wrx( i admire that beast)
lakini usimodify ikue kama ile premio pickup ama ilikua Carina pickup
 
#15
my fren kenya is a toyota country i like the availability of spares and durability of Toyota(if i am not ill advised)...you want me to sell toyota and buy subaru?
Did you read what @Maraiyoiyo wrote before posting ya answer? Here is what he wrote:
Process is very simple:
1. Sell the Premio (has a high resale value, or so I hear)
2. Add another Premio (in resale value terms) to buy a Subaru WRX STI.
3. Add another Premio (in maintenance and fuel cost) to run the WRX for a year as a daily driver.

As you can see, the above goes against the grain and reason for Existence of the Premio battalion. This demands an entire paradigm shift in philosophy and conversion from Resale-value-availability-of-parts-low-gas-mileage fanaticism to petrol head territory.

If you can't, bandika badge, weka blinking brake lights, fart can exhaust, chrome bumpers, spades, "the-great-run" decals, pioneer speakers in the boot, and all sort of stickers and maintain the lane on the far left of the highway as real cars pass by. Post the results pale Mukuru kwa Zukabaga
 

rollout

Village Elder
#16
Process is very simple:
1. Sell the Premio (has a high resale value, or so I hear)
2. Add another Premio (in resale value terms) to buy a Subaru WRX STI.
3. Add another Premio (in maintenance and fuel cost) to run the WRX for a year as a daily driver.

As you can see, the above goes against the grain and reason for Existence of the Premio battalion. This demands an entire paradigm shift in philosophy and conversion from Resale-value-availability-of-parts-low-gas-mileage fanaticism to petrol head territory.

If you can't, bandika badge, weka blinking brake lights, fart can exhaust, chrome bumpers, spades, "the-great-run" decals, pioneer speakers in the boot, and all sort of stickers and maintain the lane on the far left of the highway as real cars pass by. Post the results pale Mukuru kwa Zukabaga
No Chills right thrr.This is actually very good advice, sell the Toyota and buy the WRX.