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Misbadged Cars
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Sorry to say that i saw this on PH today (from a while back!)

Hope its none of you!! :joker:

Many lols to follow!


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HaSmile

Had a white fiesta with those badges........ spent more time on the drive than the road!!

Not a good lookSad
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#3
Saw a three door astra SXI this week with VXR badges on, it was metallic grey, the VXR isn't even made in that colour!
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We have all done it. BUT i do want to hunt this owner down just for sh*ts and giggles. Might put it on our homepage...
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(21-04-2011, 09:37 PM)Andre Wrote:  We have all done it. BUT i do want to hunt this owner down just for sh*ts and giggles. Might put it on our homepage...

I put 1600 sport badges on the back of my mini 1000 :eek:

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Haha!! And you spotted the Astra in the wrong colour lol!
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(21-04-2011, 09:56 PM)Andre Wrote:  Haha!! And you spotted the Astra in the wrong colour lol!

And it didn't have a centre exhaust, or 18" wheels! my mate has had two so I have a little insider information Big Grin
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#8
When travelling through Spain in the late 90's there was Seat Ibiza's with "Sporty Look" written on the back. Used to make me smile every time I saw one.
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#9
I've never "badged up" a car. Infact I usually see badges as unnecessary clutter and get rid TBH, However I once replaced the Vauxhall badge with a Holden one on my old Vectra GSI as it looked much cooler.
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#10
Yeah, prefer a clean car and often remove badges! only one I've ever considered is the vauxhall/opell badge swap.
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