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Old 12-03-2006, 12:51 PM   #21
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Very nice, Patty-cakes.

Now you going to admit that the 96-99 are better?
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Thats HAWT.

Wonder if the Trans-Lumina APVs from 96-up would work too
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Very nice, Patty-cakes.

Now you going to admit that the 96-99 are better?
well is simple. any/most of the Modeled reflector HLs are better then the Cut glass ones.
Also leves headway for doing HIDs with projectors
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...Also leves headway for doing HIDs with projectors
Nice!
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Very nice, Patty-cakes.

Now you going to admit that the 96-99 are better?
well is simple. any/most of the Modeled reflector HLs are better then the Cut glass ones.
Also leves headway for doing HIDs with projectors
Am I wierd if I like the glass ones better?

Hey Pat, can I buy the eyebrows off the 93 headlights?
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Hey Pat, can I buy the eyebrows off the 93 headlights?
The eyebrows are part of the headlights You'll need to buy the lights themselves. You can easily make the eyebrows the way he did it.

Pat, nice work. I like the smooth glass of the 96-99 headlights. The only thing that doesn't look right on that other guy'* car is where it meets the grill. And the light bulges out in front of the grill from the side view. But I'd swap for the clean look of the lights.
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The only thing that doesn't look right on that other guy'* car is where it meets the grill. And the light bulges out in front of the grill from the side view.
yes and thoes things will not happen when im done Pete
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The only thing that doesn't look right on that other guy'* car is where it meets the grill. And the light bulges out in front of the grill from the side view.
yes and thoes things will not happen when im done Pete
Well I knew that!
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