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Old 11-09-2005, 17:36   #1 (permalink)
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xc coupe louvre

Hi after a xc coupe rear window louvre anyone have one for sale or now where i can get one.
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:29   #2 (permalink)
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Hi after a xc coupe rear window louvre anyone have one for sale or now where i can get one.
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Old 11-10-2005, 06:08   #3 (permalink)
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I'm not having a go at you,and wish you well with it...but it's funny how peoples tastes vary.I have purchased car's in the past that have had rear louvres fitted to them...and I usually started removing and disposing of them as soon as I got home!!
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Bad luck man... Aunger site only shows louvres back to XD...

I'd be ringing every car wrecker in aus...
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The last one i saw went for nealy 2,000 on ebay. I have two of them, but sorry not for sale ones going to go on the wifes next coupe and the other ones is there for when it blows like Coupe Cruser's did.
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$2k???

For that money, why would you even leave one on a car for fear of it being stolen?

To put that into perspective, that's like leaving a laptop on your boot while you go shopping...
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I'm not having a go at you,and wish you well with it...but it's funny how peoples tastes vary.I have purchased car's in the past that have had rear louvres fitted to them...and I usually started removing and disposing of them as soon as I got home!!
Would you remove the factory fitted louvre from a XA-B GT coupe? Thats the type that hinges of the roof.
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The last one i saw went for nealy 2,000 on ebay. I have two of them, but sorry not for sale ones going to go on the wifes next coupe and the other ones is there for when it blows like Coupe Cruser's did.
I take it these were the factory louvres not the Aunger type?
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Would you remove the factory fitted louvre from a XA-B GT coupe? Thats the type that hinges of the roof.
I am not familiar with those? but probably would as I really don't like rear louvres? I preffer a Rear Venetian Blind,as they are a bit more subtle and classy in my opinion,and don't fly off onto the road while driving.I have alway's thought Louvres make a car look cheap and tacky,but everyone has different tastes.I guess nobody is right or wrong...like I said,it's just differant tastes!!
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I take it these were the factory louvres not the Aunger type?
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