I'm really into the color. As for the damages, they're not that bad, the cracked rear tail light gives you an excuse for buying euro tails, the front nose panel is fairly cheap to replace and while you're at it you could upgrade to the '97+ new style nose panel and grills for the same price.
Originally posted by egk2@Mar 4 2005, 09:13 PM I'm really into the color. As for the damages, they're not that bad, the cracked rear tail light gives you an excuse for buying euro tails, the front nose panel is fairly cheap to replace and while you're at it you could upgrade to the '97+ new style nose panel and grills for the same price.
Yeah I need a new front nose, dents seem kinda big to fix on my car, and it bent one of my grills a little bit.
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Funny thing...the front dent is BEHIND the grille, so the grille is in the normal place, but the metal behind it isnt...how the hell did that happen?! BTW, I bought the car in this condition (for $3,500), theres another strange dent on the side fender, it has no contact point of a collision or anything, so I'm confused as to how it got there...
Thanks for the comments everyone, and I live in Seattle lol.
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hey i have the 97 front nose panel and grill, you should go for it man! but if you want to know more about it, i don't really know much, they were on there when i bought it. and i live in Bellingham, Washington as well. a northwest meet would be awesome!!! david let us all know next time you're going to a meet in seattle, i'd like to go and i know some others would too.
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