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Well it's complete, also wanted to share with you the air cleaner pics.

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FFRR05DUKE said:
Looks great!!! How much did the facelift cost total?
Just ran the #'s about $2500 for parts, and I was able to sell most of the old parts for $750.

Well worth it to me, if I keep it for another couple years might do the 2010 facelift.
 

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FFRR05DUKE said:
Can you give me a detailed list of all the parts that were needed and how much the labor cost?
Bumper cover $250
Fog lights $130 each (you can save some money here buy used, I bought from the dealer)
Fog light bezels ~$80 each (if you can find them used you can save money, I bought from dealer)
Headlight 1 - $346
Headlight 2 - $770 (Dealer)
Wheel well liners $30 each (dealer)
Headlight plugs - $125 (powerful UK)
Fog light conversion plugs - $25 (I forget where)
Grille - $180
Bumper support bar $125 (dealer)
Performance intake $70 (ebay)
Secondary breather $10 (kragen)
Lower spoilers - $100 total, includes tow eye cover, misc pieces. (dealer)
Bumper sprayers - $56 I think (dealer)
$2537 parts (you can save $400 buy sourcing both lights from ebay I just couldn't wait so I bought one at the dealer)
 

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Well done mate! Love the wheels too! Are you planning on changing the taillights too?
 

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07CARRERA said:
Well done mate! Love the wheels too! Are you planning on changing the taillights too?
Thanks Carrera! I really am enjoying this ride, I have had the 1992 County with 163k miles, 99 disco, 2003 disco, 1995 RR, 2001 RR, and now this guy. I do think that my 1992 was the most fun because it was a tank and I actually would mud with it. I got me through el nino flooding like a dream, pretty much knew at that point that I would drive one forever.

sorry didn't post that pic, here it is.
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Where did you get the grill from for 180? I am looking for a supercharged grill for my 06.

Thanks and great looking rover!
 

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@localbrew the conversion looks great, great job! Q: when upgrading your headlights, what happens to the wiper blade function/wires from the old square headlights?

cheers!
 

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eBay - just search it, it took me awhile.

Rover14 said:
Where did you get the grill from for 180? I am looking for a supercharged grill for my 06.

Thanks and great looking rover!
 

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Wansas said:
@localbrew the conversion looks great, great job! Q: when upgrading your headlights, what happens to the wiper blade function/wires from the old square headlights?

cheers!
Just simply used heat shrink tube and then tapped off.
 

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Going from this front end to a 2010 would only require a headlight and grill swap? The bumpe looks similar or different? I know the side vents are totally different but I was just talking about the front.
 

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A little confused here. What did you convert from?
(2004 RR with updated navigation MK4 (SOLD)
2006 RRS Supercharged - Bone stock (for now)
I kept seeing above at the bottom of your threads. Sorry I joined today!
 
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