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Old 08-24-2003, 03:14   #1 (permalink)
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Au2 Chromed Fairlane Grille???

Can anyone advise me on whether or not one of the chromed Au2 Fairlane grilles will fit a normal Au2 Falcon??? Thanks...
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Re: Au2 Chromed Fairlane Grille???

the whole grile (ala honeycombe mesh style) or just the chrome surround? either way I dont see a problem, as the fairmont didnt have a different shaped bonnet or anything, some one else might be able to confirm, but im pretty sure it would be ok.

would look good I think
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Re: Au2 Chromed Fairlane Grille???

I dont see a problem as the fairlane had the same shaped grille I think, but IMO i think the fairmont style chrome bit would look better, and probably fit easier!

last post was deleted because I cant read properly and though you were talking bout the fairmont grill!
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Re: Au2 Chromed Fairlane Grille???

Yeah the grille im talking about is the one you see in the Silver Series Taxis... Virtually the same as the forte grille except the slats are chrome finished rather than crappy faded grey.
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