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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-10-2016, 07:25 AM Thread Starter
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Hey everybody. I am in the process of switching my front grill from the stock cobalt look , to the G5 grill and the honeycomb look. Of course without the pontiac symbol in the center. I've got it almost done and ready for paint but i'm curious about ideas of what to put in the center. I originally wanted it to be plain and smoothed...although there are too many great ideas to at least consider.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-12-2016, 11:26 AM
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What are some of the ideas? I usually see people just get there grilles black

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Yeah tjules8949, I think plain black is the best way to go. My car is silver, or bright grey, so the honeycomb insert and the piece that goes with it will be plain black.
Thank you for chiming in with yer two cents, I appreciate the input.
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Yeah tjules8949, I think plain black is the best way to go. My car is silver, or bright grey, so the honeycomb insert and the piece that goes with it will be plain black.
Thank you for chiming in with yer two cents, I appreciate the input.
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No problem hope it comes out good. Unless you already did it 😃

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Done it,looks better from a distance. Should've used body fill with a flexing agent, because it's all plastic. I'll take it apart later in the summer and re-do it proper. Unless a better grill comes along.
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