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Has anybody ever 'hidden' the fog/signal lights in the grill? I've seen a MKII with the foglights covered or removed (didn't get a close look) and I was wondering what it would look like if the grill was full-width.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, a bunch of muscle cars did this in the 60s-70s. The '69 Charger is a good example (link)
 

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you mean like the lights would be behind the grille and give the effect of no lights? that way it could extend all the way out....might look good
 

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But Five-O just took the foglights out, right? That car is part of what gave me the idea, but I was reffering to the 82-83 front and having the signals covered also.
 

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i know exactly what you are talking about seen many a camaro with this mod but definetly would need another grill to cut up and seom fab work done to cover teh lights also i dont know if its possible but may need to move the foglights bac into the bumper an inch or 2
 

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Anybody got a picture of their 82-83 front end straight on? I can get someone to photoshop something up
 

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heh, i knew i had one of it straight on :)

 

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I suppose what you could do is take two grills, glue them together at the ends, and then position the seam at the very center of the car. Then cut off the excess on the ends. Not sure how's you'd fix it to the car. As for the fog lamps, you may be able to push them back a bit. You could remove the glass cover to give you more space.

I'm not convinced this would be an "upgrade", but would definetly look different.

- Mike
 
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