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Old 03-16-2005, 05:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,

I recently bought a 1995 M3 and the drivers side fog light was cracked so i just bought a new one from my local imports place. but now i have a new delema! my new fog light is all shiney and new looking but the passenger side fog light is yellowed and dusty from 10 years or road wear . so who has the best way to clean the fog light glass?! thanks in advance guys.

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lol sure thing GodFather u want to send me the $69 for the new assembly ? lol thanks for all the advice guys!

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its never gunna look the same! u should buy the other 1!!
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