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Australian Falcons Discuss the australian born and bred models here. Includes the 80's 90's and present day Falcons offered by Ford Oz.

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Old 10-22-2002, 18:57   #1 (permalink)
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Orignal EA Manuel gear knob $11.00
EA,EB Door handles = $17.35 each new from ford Set $67.00 EB one looks better. anyways that was the guy askin for em. ciao
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I was aware of the door handle prices as I bought a couple to have sprayed early in the year. The manual knob sounds extremely cheap.

I've probably mentioned it already, but the most surprising price I've seen at Ford was for the bumper bar inserts (chrome in my case, though the other kinds are the same price). $5 for a meter, so I was able to make a big difference to my car's appearance for under $25, and installation was easy enough too.
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Are those the inserts that run all around the grey trim?
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Here's a before and after pic to clarify:

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Makes a huge difference. Will have to look into it. Do you know if they have the red stuff?
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Yes they do have red - maybe even black like on the XR8 Sprint, I'm not sure. Please note that this is only for the bumper inserts. If I were to replace my side mouldings, it would cost me hundreds - which cannot yet be justified.
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you can pick up side mouldings in reasonable condition from a wrecker - i did for my car. $20 or so for two doors.

you can also try the stuff Thanatos mentioned - paint doctor. worked wonders on the smaller ones i didnt replace (rear dog leg).

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thanks for the info yer the EA gear knob costed me 11 bucks to from Ford up cambellfield. but i got a aluminum one to hehe.
EB door handles here we come.
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thanks for the info yer the EA gear knob costed me 11 bucks to from Ford up cambellfield. but i got a aluminum one to hehe.
EB door handles here we come. last time i was there they had steering wheels to EA ones for sale not as nice as the orginal.
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EA F22400 A - RHF (Black)
ED F22400 A - RHF (Ceramic Grey)

LHF are the same numbers with a 1 on the end to replace the last 0.
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