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Old 30 Mar 2018, 02:35 pm
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That's not good. Once I add a $100 for my paint guy, I'd be looking at a cool $400 for something a lot of folks wouldn't even notice. That cost/benefit ratio does not work out for me. Guess I'll have to wait until I can sneak up on one at a salvage yard for $35.
you could always pretend it's a hood and drive across the country to get it instead.
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you could always pretend it's a hood and drive across the country to get it instead.
Hey. For the right roll pan, I probably would. My sweetie has gotten where she likes our adventures. She's always asking me when we are going on another trip to get more PT stuff.
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That's not good. Once I add a $100 for my paint guy, I'd be looking at a cool $400 for something a lot of folks wouldn't even notice. That cost/benefit ratio does not work out for me. Guess I'll have to wait until I can sneak up on one at a salvage yard for $35.
MY THINKING IS....these aftermarket parts will soon be very hard to find!
And, the shorter the supply, the higher the cost!

Besides, the car will likely outlive me!
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Sweet Dude! Nice touch with the exhaust, is it custom?
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Hey. For the right roll pan, I probably would. My sweetie has gotten where she likes our adventures. She's always asking me when we are going on another trip to get more PT stuff.
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Same here!!!
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That's not good. Once I add a $100 for my paint guy, I'd be looking at a cool $400 for something a lot of folks wouldn't even notice. That cost/benefit ratio does not work out for me. Guess I'll have to wait until I can sneak up on one at a salvage yard for $35.
Funny you say this, i actually found a (single exhaust) rollpan at a junkyard and paid $20 for it, because it was slightly damaged. Nothing a little bondo couldn't fix. Still can't believe i found that though.

Also the housings for the reverse lights were broken so i had to engineer my own.

I used black plasti dip and added some of their glossifier and it looks good.

i'll post pictures, i just have to figure out which photo hosting site to use.

Now if i could only strike gold and find one those awesome front bumpers, it would make my year.

I found 5 junkyards within 10 min from my house, so i'll try to check them out every week. I did also find some of those chrome parts that go on the front and back bumpers and the sides, but chrome isn't my thing so i didn't get them
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