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thought i might aswel make a start on these for my p38 as the sport rear lights are miles off and would take way too much work :evil:
used some old number plates i had lying about and some old laminate flooring to make some moulds so i can chop them onto the rear of my p38 and the lights will just slot in :thumb:

















just gotta put the bottom piece on and its ready for fibreglass :dance:
im then gonna use these to make other moulds off and knock a few up for my m8 who is also doing this conversion :clap:
just saved myself £250 :wink: :thumb: :lol:
happy dayz :D
 

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Great job ! Keep going
Now that i have a L322 roof rack, i could even add some lights.
For those who say buy a L322 instead, no that's not a real rangie because it doesn't have axles ;) and with the 10 K euros you saved from a L322 swap, you can do 80.000km on LPG with a 4.6 or even swap a LS1 engine in it. :)
 
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996TURBO said:
Great job ! Keep going
Now that i have a L322 roof rack, i could even add some lights.
For those who say buy a L322 instead, no that's not a real rangie because it doesn't have axles ;) and with the 10 K euros you saved from a L322 swap, you can do 80.000km on LPG with a 4.6 or even swap a LS1 engine in it. :)
cheers m8 :thumb:
everything i do is d.i.y ..... some people disagree with what im doing but im not bothered lol.
get your grinder out and get some lights chopped in to go with your roof rack :thumb:
 
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rrtoadhall said:
:think: what about the tailgate lights? are you blanking, filling or leaving them?
gonna be using the l322 pannel i made viewtopic.php?f=3&t=33705
and sticking it on top of the p38 lower tailgate, removing p38 lights from tailgate and using l322 ones :thumb:
 
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