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What do you think of the "filled" emblem, the customer can make custom graphics and swap out as needed/wanted. Also thinking of making a custom plexi logo that is etched from the back w/ led's so it is lit up.

 

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James, is it possible to make a deep dish grill, but instead of the mesh center grill
material you have shown, make it look more like a stock one?

I have always thought that if the stock egg crate portion of the grill was recessed
about an inch to an inch and a half, like your deep dish shown, it would really look
nice.

Jim
 

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Anything is possible. It would definetly have to be painted though...

CJ7VFR said:
James, is it possible to make a deep dish grill, but instead of the mesh center grill
material you have shown, make it look more like a stock one?

I have always thought that if the stock egg crate portion of the grill was recessed
about an inch to an inch and a half, like your deep dish shown, it would really look
nice.

Jim
 

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That is the first aftermarket grill I've seen that I'd even consider. Looks more "classy" somehow with the deep dish style.
 

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Im sorry Im new here... So this is available for purchase ?? I love the look... If it is please tell me how much and from where... I need one ASAP, thank you...
 

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kevenj said:
That is the first aftermarket grill I've seen that I'd even consider. Looks more "classy" somehow with the deep dish style.
Concur, kevenj.

I'd bet it is the classic look that the deep inset brings to this grille that provides its' "classy" character, Kevin. I immediately think "1930's euro roadster" when I see it. It is truly gorgeous.

aspendog - What would the price of this grille be with frame-only painted in CoolVanilla, with chrome mesh and chrome emblem?

All - Here are a couple shots of this sweet 22 Elite grille that I've collected:
 

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Feel free to give me a call (214)564-3855 or send me an email or PM. They are made to order and take two weeks to mfg.

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Im sorry Im new here... So this is available for purchase ?? I love the look... If it is please tell me how much and from where... I need one ASAP, thank you...
 

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Here is a BB we just finished up, chrome mesh. The cost of this grill was $999 plus $30 s/h.

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Concur, kevenj.

I'd bet it is the classic look that the deep inset brings to this grille that provides its' "classy" character, Kevin. I immediately think "1930's euro roadster" when I see it. It is truly gorgeous.

aspendog - What would the price of this grille be with frame-only painted in CoolVanilla, with chrome mesh and chrome emblem?

All - Here are a couple shots of this sweet 22 Elite grille that I've collected:
 

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aspendog said:
Here is a BB we just finished up, chrome mesh...
Damn! That is simply a freaking great work of art, James. It belongs in the Smithsonian, with one just like it, in 'Nilla, on my C.
 

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Do you provide instructions/recommendations on how to trim the impact absorbtion piece? Is it easy to do?
 

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It is simple, there is actually a line in the foam piece that shows you where to trim out (it is the line where the current grill rests against the foam. All you are doing is allowing the grill to "recess" closer to the actual bumper support.

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Do you provide instructions/recommendations on how to trim the impact absorbtion piece? Is it easy to do?
 

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What do you use to trim it? Jigsaw? Utility knife?

I saw Six7one's and you couldn't even tell it was trimmed.
 

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A hacksaw blade or coping saw, it cuts like butter...

300CUL8R said:
What do you use to trim it? Jigsaw? Utility knife?

I saw Six7one's and you couldn't even tell it was trimmed.
 
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