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Old 11-04-2009, 09:44 PM   #1
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The spare projector brackets and shrouds I had, sold, but it reminded me of all the other stuff I had that is doing nothing. Figuring that I’ve spent a good amount on the car lately (CF HT and Flares), I figured why not lower my prices some and try to offset the things I've bought recently….I would have updated my other FS thread, but it was starting to get cluttered and I could not edit some of my older posts…anyways, here is what I have left:

(--) Radiator Covers (Driver’s Side Fill) one solid, one with the MT.net Logo, $35 Shipped ea…was $50 BOTH SOLD

(2) MT.net license plates, $20 ea. Shipped , was $35

(--) Headlight scoop, 2 pieces, $35 Shipped, was $50 SOLD


(1) Radio holder, $15 shipped, was $25

(2) Double Din gauge holders (5 & 6 gauge) $30 ea. Shipped 3 Gauge sold!


(2) 52mm gauge blanks for gauge holders…$10 Shipped for both or $5 for both with a gauge holder

For the record on the rad covers, headlight scoop, radio holder, and gauge holders; All parts were formed on a press brake, so the turns are nice and tight….none of that redneck vice **** here! A few have purchased parts, maybe they can pipe in and validate my quality. Let me know if you have questions or want specific pictures…

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Interested in the rad panel without the cut out. Any pics? What exactly is the headlight scoop?


P.S. I bought a front bumper shroud from him and it is top notch.
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more info on the scoop and radio holder would be cool.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:57 PM   #4
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Interested in the rad panel without the cut out. Any pics? What exactly is the headlight scoop?


P.S. I bought a front bumper shroud from him and it is top notch.
Thanks for the kind words sir!

Radiator Covers:
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This is the headlight scoop I am refering to...I'm making mine into an airbox basically and adding in a naca duct..

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MT license plate:

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Radio Holder

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Gauge Holder / Gauge Blanks

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interested in rad cover, what do you mean by "driver's side fill"?
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Oh, that means no headlight. I'm not hard core like some of ya'll.

Still interested in the rad panel with no cut out.
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Payment sent for the radiator cover without the logo, thanks!
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Oh, that means no headlight. I'm not hard core like some of ya'll.

Still interested in the rad panel with no cut out.
You sure can have headlights...just install some projectors

Whos hardcore...a lot of stuff is over rated, like windows, heat, windshield wipers

Added a few pics of the radiator cover....

Whitena, what I mean by driver's side fill is that this cover is notched to have the fill cap on the drivers side. My radiator cover is aftermarket and was made like that. Mine also sits higher than the stocker, so you'll notice the ~2" step in it..

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You sure can have headlights...just install some projectors

Whos hardcore...a lot of stuff is over rated, like windows, heat, windshield wipers

Added a few pics of the radiator cover....

Zoomin, what I mean by driver's side fill is that this cover is notched to have the fill cap on the drivers side. My radiator cover is aftermarket and was made like that. Mine also sits higher than the stocker, so you'll notice the ~2" step in it..

Didn't see a pic of it but you do have a rad panel without any cut outs for the rad fill?
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Old 11-04-2009, 10:30 PM   #10
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Didn't see a pic of it but you do have a rad panel without any cut outs for the rad fill?
O my bad...I thought you were refering the the MT logo as the cut out. Sorry, don't have any without the filler cap cutout...
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Oh hrmmmmm, I'll take one anyway. PM me your info.
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Payment sent for the radiator cover without the logo, thanks!
I'll pm you my info...however, don't sent money just quite yet. I only have one solid one and zoomin had paid me for it....BUT he just pm'd seeing if he could back out since he did'nt realize what I ment by drivers side fill...I replied to him, but just want to wait for confirmation before I accept your payment....dont wanna get in a pickle lol
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I'll take either one.
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I'll take either one.
Okay. I pm'd you my paypal info. I take it the "no logo" one is your first choice, the one with the MT logo is your second...


To everyone else, radiator covers are spoken for until Zoomin gets back to me...
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Okay. I pm'd you my paypal info. I take it the "no logo" one is your first choice, the one with the MT logo is your second...


To everyone else, radiator covers are spoken for until Zoomin gets back to me...
Yea sure. lol Payment sent.
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hey please send me a PM if you have any rad covers left, i'd like to buy one!
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hey please send me a PM if you have any rad covers left, i'd like to buy one!
Will do!


Zoomin...you get my pm?
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Sure did, awaiting my full refund, thanks.
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Sure did, awaiting my full refund, thanks.
I must say, your an exceptional person to deal with....

Anyone know how to do a refund on paypal?? I know there is probably a way to do it, but I havn't a clue where to go to do it....and to explain why zoomin said full refund...since I don't know how to initiate a refund, I offered to send him back $33.68 as a payment from me to him, which is the balance left over after paypal took their share of his payment to me....If you know how to do this, can you please let me know, what a PIA over $1.32....
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I must say, your an exceptional person to deal with....

Anyone know how to do a refund on paypal?? I know there is probably a way to do it, but I havn't a clue where to go to do it....and to explain why zoomin said full refund...since I don't know how to initiate a refund, I offered to send him back $33.68 as a payment from me to him, which is the balance left over after paypal took their share of his payment to me....If you know how to do this, can you please let me know, what a PIA over $1.32....
Dude, try keeping your personal business to yourself.
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