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RE: Rice-boy type 44?
I guess what I mean by excessive is putting lights on to put lights on, as
opposed to adding visibility at night.
I hear you about the paint. The Audi in the pictures that were posted was
horrible. I think he should have had the decency to have the rear badges
removed so he could paint under them, instead of simply painting a square
At least that's my opinion...
>From: "TM" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Ryan Gemmill" <RGlist00@hotmail.com>, "Quattro" <Quattro@audifans.com>
>Subject: RE: Rice-boy type 44?
>Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 09:28:42 -0400
>I never really followed the terminology because I always thought that it
>was a bit offensive. I don't like people calling Japanese cars and bikes
>"rice burners," either. But that's not a major issue for me.
>I think it's cheesy to have stickers all over your car, whether or not it
>goes fast. What constitutes excessive fog lights? My Pathfinder will soon
>have a set of Hella 550 fogs and 500 driving, along with H4 main beams. Is
>that excessive? :-)
>Then again, the truck doesn't have stickers all over it. Stickers are
>removable, though, unlike some horrendous paint jobs that I've seen.
>From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
>Behalf Of Ryan Gemmill
>Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 9:39 PM
>Subject: Re: Rice-boy type 44?
>Personally I've always associated cars that are "riced" with Japanese
>BUT, would it be fair to say that a car is riced when the exterior bragging
>(ie muffler tips, spoilers, excessive fog lights, and oh yes, stickers)
>aren't proportional with the car's performance abilities?
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