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Old 04-23-2003, 11:48 AM   #11
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K.. what year would he built it for?
If he does the '92-and-up series, my wife can have a set on her Trans Sport minivan as well.
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there are about 4 different headlight styles on this forum, I bet it will get a little pricey to get all of them fitted, but I am all for one that can fit on my '97!
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Why not add a poll to see about the years trim ( different headlights ) and see? I think 96 - 99 is the same.. cause I know Muffins 95 assembly isn't exactly the same
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I am all up for them, as long as the price isnt outrageous. I bet we will have to supply the housings to him, so we will all have to scravenge the local junkyards.
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Um, no offense to this guy, but can't he just walk out to the nearest parking lot with a ruler? I mean, c'mon, it'* a _Pontiac_; they're not exactly _rare_. Am I missing something here?
This is true, but if we are to lazy to measure our own headlamps, how serious does this make us look then?[/quote]
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Those are from the Acura RSX, he used the E39 projectors that come with factory angel eyes. Everything he does is custom. So as we all with custom & quality work itll cost. As far as I know all we need to supply him is our headlights. He provides the projectors and everything else. As far as what years he can do, hell let me know as soon as we get the measurements. If we get more of one than the other itll probably help out in the price range plus if there is a group of us livin by each other itll save on shipping as well. If its possible when uploading the pictures not to make them to big if emailing, unless somebody is willing to attach it to their online photo album. Anybody know how we can find out what year headlamps are different?
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Anybody know how we can find out what year headlamps are different?
Look up the part numbers and it should say what years are applicable. A Hollander Interchange manual also has a breakdown.
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