Insurance and the dealer go off of the VIN.What about Insurance companies? Wouldn't they find it confusing since the Rav4 is already 2WD stated? Or the dealer? What if they had to inspect my vehicle again for service ?And no I would be honest and tell the "buyers" that its actually 2wd vehicle.
I had a Kelmark (on midengineering frame), and it was common for others, not me, to put Ferrari badges on theirs. I HATED that! Even Ferrari didn't badge their < 12 cylinder car, the Dino. (Though the full-blown Kelmark was once America's fastest car.)I also wonder why people would want to misrepresent their vehicles
Hey, hey. Stop it! This is a serious question for shallow people like me. My plan is to slap a "Sport" badge on my Ltd. Really. (Just remember girls and boys that you first read it here.)That is bad ass...
Hurt me, hurt me!I also wonder why people would want to misrepresent their vehicles - for the most part the only person who will pay nay attention to that sort of a misrepresenting car badge will be the owner. Otherwise it's simply something which should be removed when selling or trading in the vehicle. What the badge really represents is that the owner is too cheap to buy the vehicle which the badge actually represents . .:laugh