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And here it is, with a personal thanks to my step-cousin Geremy Magbanua the photographer (facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/gmagbanuaphotography)

Full Shots (Front/Back)




Close Ups (Roof Rack/Rims)




There are a couple more that I might upload tomorrow if they're wanted. We went to the roof of a parking garage for one set of pictures, and we did a quick shoot up in the mountains as well. I'm planning on getting a set of wheel spacers/studs and mud flaps to go for a rally look in which case I'll post the results with more pictures from my cousin. Also, for anyone in the Bay Area/So Cal I can maybe put in a request for a shoot of your own Cruze, but no promises lol.
 
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Love it man keep up the good work I got a shoot coming up here in NY and I could hook ppl up in my area with that as well most likely- so east or west coast I guess. Just waiting for weather to clear up


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Love the lug nuts. I've been looking for a nice set to put on. Where did you get those?
 

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Looks really good Smurf! I need that fairing, lol.

Nice rims (18"?) too by the way. What are those if you don't mind me asking?
 

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Love the lug nuts. I've been looking for a nice set to put on. Where did you get those?
They are BWR lugs(jakkaroo has the same ones in neo-chrome), and you can get them directly off their site: bwrusa.com

Looks really good Smurf! I need that fairing, lol.

Nice rims (18"?) too by the way. What are those if you don't mind me asking?
Styluz M537 rims, 18x8.5" with 40 offset
 

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Nice. Smurf - does the faring cut down on the high speed hum from the roof rack?
 

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Nice. Smurf - does the faring cut down on the high speed hum from the roof rack?
It does a bit, but it mainly helps with mpg when you have a carrier attached to the rack, as well as improve the look of the rack.
 

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It does a bit, but it mainly helps with mpg when you have a carrier attached to the rack, as well as improve the look of the rack.
Thanks - it really does improve the look. I like it.
 

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Cars looking awesome. And the pictures turned out great.
Your cousin has talent. (and works with great talent may I say ;)) +1 for drift shots

Feel free to add more.

How do those lugs hold up to weather? I bought some gorilla lugs from Amazon and after 2 months the red looked pink.
 

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Cars looking awesome. And the pictures turned out great.
Your cousin has talent. (and works with great talent may I say ;)) +1 for drift shots

Feel free to add more.

How do those lugs hold up to weather? I bought some gorilla lugs from Amazon and after 2 months the red looked pink.
Not sure, I've only had the lugs installed for a couple of days, I'll have to wait and see, but I really hope they don't turn pink on me :uhh:
 

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Awesome pics. That car is missing one thing though: a lip spoiler. That would complete it for me.

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I feel the same way, I just don't want to spend an insane amount on a lip spoiler if I can spend that money on improving the performance in some way, especially when that means a lip vs. springs or a rear sway :p.

Awsome looking Cruze! Great job!

If you get a chance, I would like to know how you made your Chevy bowtie logo black, your mirrors and rear chrome band.
For the bowties & rear chrome band, I simply taped them off and sprayed 3-4 coats of Plasti-Dip over them. As for my mirrors, I have a LS, so they came matte black from factory. All I need to do now is black out the chrome on the grille and I'll be chrome free on the outside.
 

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For the bowties & rear chrome band, I simply taped them off and sprayed 3-4 coats of Plasti-Dip over them. As for my mirrors, I have a LS, so they came matte black from factory. All I need to do now is black out the chrome on the grille and I'll be chrome free on the outside.
Dont forget the chrome under the windows


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