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Old 06-16-2004, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Check out these regular old cases that this guy takes and mods the hell out of 'em.

http://www.blingmethod.com/

The one at the end is for sale, looks pretty sweet with a filter on top.
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The guys got more patience than I do lol.
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i have better things to do with my free time.
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no need to be jealous... and he's not just doing it because he's bored, he sells them..



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here's another site.. it'll make you cry it's so bu-te-ful
http://bit-tech.net/article/135/1
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Old 06-17-2004, 10:53 AM   #5 (permalink)
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sickest computer i have ever seen. I think that last link with lexan case gets the award. That thing is amazing
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Thats stuff is totally awesome
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the orac3 is the coolest thing ive ever seen. mustve taken a ton of money to do
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no need to be jealous... and he's not just doing it because he's bored, he sells them..



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here's another site.. it'll make you cry it's so bu-te-ful
http://bit-tech.net/article/135/1
For some reason I hate completely transparent cases.
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