And that is exactly why I didn't put the 44 on the back. I also would advise anyone not to carry a weapon in the car, unless you have a concealed weapons permit. Cops don't take too kindly to seeing a gun in a car.TradedHemiRam4Caliber said:I like the 44 idea, but I don't need to carry a "real" 44. Road rage would surely kick in one day. I better sick with the fake one. I did try to figure out how to add some numbers on the lift gate next to the Caliber name. I like your idea. But the little car would be better suited to be called 22 caliber. 44 owners might get miffed at naming it after Dirty Harry's "most powerfull hand gun in the world".....LOL
Here in Florida you can carry a loaded pistol legally in glove box or center console "without" a permit. I perfer the chill zone. Im permitted also, they can kiss my a$$.Fitz said:And that is exactly why I didn't put the 44 on the back. I also would advise anyone not to carry a weapon in the car, unless you have a concealed weapons permit. Cops don't take too kindly to seeing a gun in a car.
I'm glad you asked that question. I asked the same thing a while back and didn't get much help. I've got the chrome bullet door locks that I'd love to replace for those cheap plastic ones. I was thinking of asking again, but you beat me to the puch, and I haven't figured it out yet. I don't want to take off the door panels. Hopefully someone knows something by now. Anybody?orangeguzzi said:has anyone figured out how to get the door lock knobby things off? i would like to put bullit type covers on mine.