I used to do it for those reasons, until it dawned on me that when all was said and done, it was a big waste of money.crunked said:do you guys mod for the looks, performance, sound, alittle bit of everything?
when i start to mod my legend id like to do alittle bit of everything.
Dude, are you running for office?Mr. Bigs said:Modding a car is like making a statement about ones self. It gives you a chance to say something to the world that mere words can't describe. It gives you a chance to stand out from the rest of the legend owners. When I'm driving my G1 coupe I have had so many people say to me I saw your car here or I saw your car there. Yes there maybe many red G1 one legends but, no two are the same. Modding a car is like putting together an outfit. You are only going to put things together that make you look good and the same thing goes for anything else you do. When people see your car they see you and when you've done it right and everything come together all you are going to get is stares and people wondering how can they make there car look like yours. Like BUK said modding is a way of life. You can put two stock Legends together side by side and people will say those are some nice legends but, put two well modded legends together and people start to get inspired by your work. I drive around town alot and I rarely see a modified legend. I've had men and women alike come up to me and tell me how much they love my car and how nice it is and when I take them on a high speed run they are left with that OH MY GOODNESS THIS CAR IS FAST, feeling. Modding a G1 is like Modding a work of art. If you do it right it will only get better and it becomes more priceless than ever.