Unfortunately they are the only photos i have of the car, but its a series one with what I assume is the Navan? front bar. Has all genuine brand gear on it (that will probably change but) just the usual stuff, front mount, bit of a lowering, cusco adjustable arms, brides and a few other bits.
Long story short I'm in the process of taking the guy who hit me to court atm but there isnt really any guarantee i'll win, even though I am in the right. So I may need to try fix the car on the cheap which is where I'd love some advice from other members as to the fitting of wide body fenders.
I'm keen on the idea because if i do it myself, the plan has the potential to save me alot of $. I did buy the car with the intention of doing as much work to it as I could myself as I want to learn, but this is a pretty big job for what is essentially the first fabrication mod i have done to a car. I'm worried about the car ending up looking worse than it does now, not because i think i'll botch the job but because I am under the impression its quite difficult to pull off a wide body look cleanly. I wasn't too keen on buying a full kit to match the fenders, I was just going to throw some pods on the back and slam it over some new wheels. Im keen on using genuine Origin fenders/body kit (although i would have preferred 30mm fenders over 50mm - any suggestions here?) and probably Varstoen wheels for the time being as im sure i'll be short $ when this is all done.
Im also wondering how deep the rabbit hole goes if I do this because i already have visions of s15 front swaps and god knows what else. At the end of the day I want a clean (styling wise) look, but i dont want a show pony, I want to learn to drive and modify my car and have fun! This car was also my daily and I want it to be again as its way better on fuel than my super6 commo im getting around in at the moment, bless its cotton socks. Any advice/opinions on what/how i should go about this would be massively appreciated, cheers lads!