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Old 06-18-2012, 09:56 AM
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I couldn't resist a little sticker



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Old 06-18-2012, 10:17 AM
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Very cool, too bad we cant put those on our cars over here in the US without looking like a white supremacist...
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Very cool, too bad we cant put those on our cars over here in the US without looking like a white supremacist...

i can just imagine what would happen
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by lee101315 View Post
Very cool, too bad we cant put those on our cars over here in the US without looking like a white supremacist...
that was actually funny. just spat water onto my keyboard when i read your message.
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it's the only reason I haven't bought any yet...I'd put them at the bottoms of the front fenders.
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:42 AM
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Yes, less of a problem in the UK but my wife did still raise an eyebrow and ask if I was serious
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in england you can buy this, for some "unknown" reason haha.

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hey don't forget the ****
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What's really funny is when a forum (like LS1/Corvette ones) filters language, you can't mention that brand without tripping the filter.

I'd totally rock the KKK Turbolader sticker if I didn't think the car would get keyed. I'd enjoy the odd looks and irrational yelling at stop lights. "I'm not a racist, it's a defunct German turbocharger brand!"
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There's always Sweedish candy bars...



Eh... we've done it too... several times. Ford Pinto in Brazil? Chevy Nova in Central and South America? Pledge in the Netherlands?

But seriously, the decal is awesome, and I really wish some dumb ghosts hadn't screwed it all up for us here in the states...
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in england you can buy this, for some "unknown" reason haha.

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it's the only reason I haven't bought any yet...I'd put them at the bottoms of the front fenders.
+1, too bad. When people ask what kind of turbo it is, I say stock KKK K26/6 and get a weird look right away...
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Originally Posted by lee101315 View Post
Very cool, too bad we cant put those on our cars over here in the US without looking like a white supremacist...
Dude and you live in NJ Imagine how that would look when im driving through Alabama.
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Originally Posted by Paulyy View Post
in england you can buy this, for some "unknown" reason haha.

You can also buy this:

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Some of these does not open easily to us not english speaking easily, have to figure it out for some time

You can find also KKK stickers on this 924 Carrera GTS look-a-like made form '89 951

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