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    Gmfan111's malibu

    hey guys finally got around to taking pictures of my 01 Malibu LS. I'll post exterior shots first and I'll post interior shots a little later today.
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    heres the rear of the Bu oh and I'm not a pro with the photo settings for this site so hopefully these are big enough to see
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    a decent sideshot wish i could've gotten the other side oh well
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    and heres a good shot of my dash. I did not like how the steering wheel did not match my woodtrim so I got a steering wheel cover for it to help it complement the trim better and as an added bonus the black grips match the blacktrim along my shifter and the window controls on my doors. I also normally have a radar detector on here as well but I decided not to include it today.
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    and just in case you guys missed it in the last shot I also took the time to put in dual heated and massaging seat cushions on my front passenger seats to make winter driving more forgivable and also to give the car a feeling of luxury. Its still a work in progress and I will be putting in a rear back up cam soon so that i will have better vision when i back up especially since i plan on working as a substitute teacher at a day care center during the summer
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    Hi guys sorry for the repeating posts (i know its a big no no here) but my computer turned to junk when I was doing the first post and it didn't come out quite right so I figured I'd try again and make sure everything went right this time again sorry for the duplicate posts.


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