Buying Cheap Body Kits – General Things to Know
Let’s start with your goal. What do you want your vehicle to look like? The selection of body kits for a cheap price is quite extensive today so you can probably find a look you will be happy with without needing to resort to difficult or expensive custom work. You can likely shop around and find cheap body kits that has been designed and manufactured especially for your car (or truck) make, model and year.
Then, it is simply a matter of installing the components and finishing with your selected painting plan. (Okay, “simply” is a relative term – you will need the ability to properly install and fit the parts or pay someone to do this for you. The better quality parts from a reputable vendor will require a minimum of fitting.)
While you are considering the look you want, check out what’s available (search for “car body kits” on Yahoo). If you can only afford a part or two now but intend to eventually trick out the whole car, then make sure the body kit parts you buy now will have a compatible look with those you plan to buy in the future. Otherwise, if your budget allows, it is best to buy a full body kit (if that is what you want). Not only will all the components be designed to work together, but the price will almost always be cheaper than the combined cost of buying body kit parts separately.
As to style, that is of course up to you. And the sky’s the limit. You can find anything from a clean, subtle look to a number of wild and extreme styles. And even though others may begin with the same kit, you can modify things as you like, including the paint scheme, to create a truly unique, one-of-a-kind vehicle.
How much should you spend? This is almost as individual as the style you select. Everyone’s budget is different. The good news is that you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to get a great looking cheap body kit for your car. Car body kits are available in a very reasonable price range — often less than $1000 — although you can certainly spend much more.