Cougar Modding History In the Making

dogsbody

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Feb 29, 2008
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Its not often in our short lives that we get to see something that truly takes our breath away, the birth of your child or a space shuttle launch for example.

Today ladies and gents i invite you to bear witness to one of those moments..a feat of modding that flies in the face of conventional wisdom where it is stated that to fit a C2 grille to a C1 you must chop 3" off each end..not any more my friends..behold!:

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If this has been done before..i'll get me coat.
 

HADI

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nice one, ive thought bout doing that to mine before, bringing it in line with lights, your reg is very similar to my old one, i was t776sfl ;)
 

dogsbody

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Hey, no worries, i am used to being a trend setter..i've even thought of a snappy title for the mod:
"the Dogsbody method of fitting a C2 grille to a C1 cougar by means of thinning the ends rather than chopping them off and fixing by means of carefully fabricated stainless steel mounting lug extension pieces mod".

Catchy eh?
 

WildV6

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carefully fabricated stainless steel mounting lug extension pieces mod".

Hmmmm...so what about us less fortunate and quite useless twits who can't "fabricate" stuff??? lol :LOL::idea::frown2:
 
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sc9ar

i fitted my c2 grill last week and put the grill there before fitting it, although i had the thought of, how do you open the bonnet??

i cut in different places to the pics on here and it only just sweezes in.

like the look of the dogmod though ;)