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Very cool!
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Nice! Glad you got it taken care of!



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VERY good and glad to see it's all fixed!!!!

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Nice but I wouldn't have let them attach the front license plate again to the new bumper. Oh well......looks nice and from what I can tell, you need to keep "that" body shop in business by telling your friends.

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Nice but I wouldn't have let them attach the front license plate again to the new bumper. Oh well......looks nice and from what I can tell, you need to keep "that" body shop in business by telling your friends.
I have and I will. Perfection Auto Body...Fort Worth, Texas.

The plate thing doesn't bother me that much. The new (old) Texas plates match the car. If it was not mandatory here, it would not be there.
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I got my plates yesterday and the front one is mandatory in Cali too so I went that route: No-Drill Front Plate Install
There's also the retractable ones but I was sure I'd tear that up when under the spoiler.

It's the first car I own that I didn't feel like defacing. And thanks for the update because it gives a sense of continuity to the posts - it's good to see your car back to 100%.
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I got my plates yesterday and the front one is mandatory in Cali too so I went that route: No-Drill Front Plate Install
There's also the retractable ones but I was sure I'd tear that up when under the spoiler.

It's the first car I own that I didn't feel like defacing. And thanks for the update because it gives a sense of continuity to the posts - it's good to see your car back to 100%.
That looks like a good way to go. Mine already had the front mount on it when I bought it. Honestly, I didn't think about it.
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I have and I will. Perfection Auto Body...Fort Worth, Texas.

The plate thing doesn't bother me that much. The new (old) Texas plates match the car. If it was not mandatory here, it would not be there.

I'm in Fort Worth as well. I'm glad you have something planned. The retractable kind are nice. I made one that protects my front spoiler from scrapes as well. I got a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse front plate holder, turned it upside down, welded on some extension plate, and drilled it to match two holes that hold the under-belly pan on. The plate is down low like the 70's.........million ways to do it. Love the White.
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