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Old 02 May 2003, 08:51 pm
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I think I will be purchasing a Mirage or pt tzeaser smooth roll pan for my car. PT Tuning has them, and I think with the dual cut outs and smooth even roll design it will make the car look really good. The only thing I worry about is the fact you really don't have a bumper anymore. YOur rear end will be unprotected. anyone have a smoothie , would like to hear from you> turbomangt
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Old 02 May 2003, 10:14 pm
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I have the Mirage roll pan. My wife and I both like the look of it when we compared it to the PTeazer. Our painter also says it's much easier to paint and install.



PTeazer has a new choice that I would go with if I didn't have the Ford bumper. Here is the new PTeazer Illusion rear end on Ken Hawkin's PT Cruiser in San Diego:[8D]



This rear end keeps the steel piece from the PT Cruiser bumper. Check out http://www.pteazer.com/ for more information.[8)]
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Old 05 May 2003, 10:06 am
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Hey Basset, your Mirage roll pan doesn't look anything like the one PT Tuning is selling on their web site/ they have a pic of it, and its different from how yours looks? whats up with dat? tmgt
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It's the same as mine.



I've just added the '35-'36 Ford bumper.
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Old 31 May 2003, 08:35 pm
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I make custom roll pans starting at $300. See my car of the week? ms758@aol.com
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Old 20 Jun 2003, 12:16 am
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JUST THOUGT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW IF YOU ORDER THE PTEAZER ILLUSION ROLLPAN YOU WILL HAVE TO WIDEN THE OUTPUTS FOR YOUR DUAL EXHAUST BUT SINSE IT KEEPS THE SAFETY FEATURES OF THE PT I FEEL IT IS A WORTH WILD INVESTMENT
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