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 Letting you know someone is here from Sweden also :D 
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Hey hey, just wanted to let ya'll know someone is here from Sweden also! :D
I just got my Mx3 and it's still basic, need to save up some money then I will propably get a kit or something for it.

This is it, it's kind of dirty but what can you do with this crappy weather :/

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February 25 2004, 3:11 PM
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Hmm.. your car dosent have an arial. Is it just British MXs that have them?


February 26 2004, 5:31 PM
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if a arial is the sama as an antenna then it's probably on the other side of the car and you cant see it from that angle..

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February 27 2004, 12:32 AM
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Heh, yeah if you mean the antenna it's on the other side and not pulled up.


February 27 2004, 6:25 AM
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Oh, ok. Has any one had them removed?


February 27 2004, 3:20 PM
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Looking at that pic made me think. do you guys who live in really cold parts have problems when tempertures are low withy the doors freezing shut. As soon it gets cold mr doors eem to freeze shut around the rubber at the top of the door.


February 27 2004, 4:00 PM
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LOL I ask the same too. The temp here is never as cold as Canada or Sweeden. But I had the same problem. The smallest bit of frost and the door freezes shut. Not good when your late for work and your freezing your balls off spraying anti-freeze all over the place.


February 27 2004, 7:46 PM
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So far i only had that problemonce, and that day it was somewhere between -15 and -20 degrees celcius.. so it takes more then just a little frost ;)


February 28 2004, 1:34 PM
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I've had that problem too. I live in Norway. It was about only 2Celcius.

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February 29 2004, 9:15 AM
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That's odd, the last week here in sweden have been around -10 every day and i've yet to have this problem.

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Anyone have suggestions for what to do on my car?
I would like to lower it a bit more but i dont think that's such a good idea since i already have to crawl over all the speedbumps at like 10km/h to prevent the car from going against the bump :/

<small>[ February 29, 2004, 12:16 PM: Message edited by: SpaceWiz ]</small>


February 29 2004, 2:14 PM
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@SpaceWiz

Let me start by saying your car looks really good! My suggestion would be to change the side markers to smaller white ones. It looks much better, isn't very expensive and isn't much work.


March 03 2004, 3:09 AM
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Thanks for the suggestion, will look into it :)

Also thanks for the comment.

And also btw, does anyone know what the color of the car is called?
From the description I read on some posts I think it's creek blue, but in my papers it's listed as blue metallic wich im 100% sure it's not :)

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March 03 2004, 5:24 AM
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Im not sure about the colour, but I thought the Metalic blue was a lot lighter than yours.
Nice ride btw.


March 03 2004, 10:45 AM
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Yeah the metallic blue should be lighter, and also this color is shifting between blue and purple depending on the light wich makes me even more sure that it's not metallic blue.


March 03 2004, 10:54 AM
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