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I noticed that I need to clean it . Rock Chalk Jayhawk. Go KU.
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Little bit nicer than the factory one you had on there huh? Can still see the mounting points for the "fly swatter!". Great work and design though!
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Little bit nicer than the factory one you had on there huh? Can still see the mounting points for the "fly swatter!". Great work and design though!
I bought the car used and it already had the crappy holes in it. I could never get myself to put the OEM one on. It just doesn't look right.
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Very Nice!!! They do AWESOME Work!

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I noticed that I need to clean it . Rock Chalk Jayhawk. Go KU.
LOOKS GREAT!!!
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Easily, Trail Ridge Road is the most popular road in the Rocky Mountain National Park region. It is also the highest continually paved highway in the United States, peaking at just over 12,100 feet above sea level. The road travels through several climactic zones, and gives travelers the unique opportunity to experience alpine tundra first-hand.

The Green Dragon at altitude. Taken last September during a Rocky Mountain Solstice and Sky Club cruise to the clouds.
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Easily, Trail Ridge Road is the most popular road in the Rocky Mountain National Park region. It is also the highest continually paved highway in the United States, peaking at just over 12,100 feet above sea level. The road travels through several climactic zones, and gives travelers the unique opportunity to experience alpine tundra first-hand.

The Green Dragon at altitude. Taken last September during a Rocky Mountain Solstice and Sky Club cruise to the clouds.

Wow what a beautiful picture!!!
I'd imagine it was a little too cold to have the top down up there

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LOL

Actually, there were 6 Rocky Mountain Solstice and Sky Club cars on a cruise that day. We got some great pictures of the Aspen in gold. Just before these pictures were taken, we were driving top down when it started to snow. So we pulled over and put the tops up because the ladies were complaining for some reason.
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LOL

Actually, there were 6 Rocky Mountain Solstice and Sky Club cars on a cruise that day. We got some great pictures of the Aspen in gold. Just before these pictures were taken, we were driving top down when it started to snow. So we pulled over and put the tops up because the ladies were complaining for some reason.
LOL!

Sounds like my Mom & I! We go with the top down at all costs, unless of course it's raining! She and her friend took a weekend trip to Colorado a few months back and they had it down while it was snowing lightly also! I'm sure it was so beautiful!!!

Your pics are just great! So pretty!

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