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brabenv6

my front number plate fell off on sat so i had to go and buy a new set,so it gave me a chance to remove that dirty black plastic number plate surround,that looks like it belongs on a jcb.i cant belive the difference it has made.
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M44TY O

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Looks good scott, i did away with mine ages ago :D

I do however have a new idea up my sleeve for when i finally sort out something to go with the Roush kit :D
 

Spitfire67

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Clacton on Sea Essex
Looks good mate(y) I plan on taking mine off this week as I have the week off and I'm gonna start with a few quick cheap mods. Still cant believe Ford put it on in the first place it looks so ugly.
 
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chessmaster

Removed mine a couple of days ago when I was fitting my private plate, amazing how such a small change which didnt even cost anything can make!!!:)
 
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deanshepherd

how easy was it to prise off?? i have som new plates due this week and may get shot also!
 
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chessmaster

Theres two screws under the plate, remove em, simple as that, no need for a "How to guide"!!!
 
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brabenv6

yeah really simple,use the dirty plastic bit as a template 4 the holes on your new plate aswell 8)
 

Pid_16V

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Club Admin
Nov 20, 2006
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Ok Scott, you convinced me :) but i realised why i like the brick, its because it "frames" the reg plate against the silver, but, i bashed my knee against it once too often so, what do you think?


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brabenv6

Ok Scott, you convinced me :) but i realised why i like the brick, its because it "frames" the reg plate against the silver, but, i bashed my knee against it once too often so, what do you think?


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woooo hoooo,lookin much better alan m8 (y)(y),see tony,even alans gettin young with the rest of us:LOL::LOL: