The screw holes won't be too big of an issue, but that big hole will be a challenge. I'll wait to see what becomes available aftermarket... we all have several more months of waiting anyway.tidalwdave said:Those things SUCK, SUCK, SUCK! I'm worried about the holes they leave if you remove them. Mine are going to be off the car the first day, no doubt. I'll put tape, gum, or Silly Putty over the holes if I have to, but no way are those things on my car.
I don't mind those reflectors, those are damn nice looking compared to what I'm talking about. Take a look again at the pics and notice those reflectors that "grace" the sides of the car on each wheel well. Too big, wrong place, very very ugly.Buck Dharma said:From the Pistonhead article.
Some minor changes have been made to the bodywork. The stainless steel exhaust from the Toyota unit is now centralized under the rear diffuser. The rear diffuser is also now graced with rectangular red reflectors which could be the ugliest tacked on piece since the bumper extensions on the Elite/ Sprint/ Eclat models of the 70's. The good news is that with a screwdriver and some adhesive remover, these will be but a temporary inconvenience
The sides feature a new turn indicator which has also been integrated into European models for the 2004 model year.