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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:12 pm 
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suits the boxcar shape well dunnit? Every man and his dog has AUIII indicators.

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:19 pm 
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i no i catn stand the au an ba inditactos, i hate them on early cars.

love these on mine but made it look so much more classy i recon an plus i love the orange ring that lights up during the day. looks good cos the little chrome dome top inside the lens blocks it out on the right angle at day time :D looks posh

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:25 pm 
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i no i catn stand the au an ba inditactos, i hate them on early cars.

love these on mine but made it look so much more classy i recon an plus i love the orange ring that lights up during the day. looks good cos the little chrome dome top inside the lens blocks it out on the right angle at day time :D looks posh


how long you had em on for? I was hoping to be the first to do it, but i was a bit behind the 8 ball!!

i have already spent $$$ on BA ones. Don't look anywhere near as good as that.




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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:32 pm 
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about 5- 6 months ago, i was going to do it to my old car but then i crashed it so jsut sat that aside an bought a new car, same color an everything just fairmont ghia ( the one in that picture) an after about a month i put them indicators on there, makes it look so much more tidy i recon.

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:40 pm 
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jsut so you know, they do catch ppls eyes.

a little bit after when i first did mine i was at maccas with a couple mates then when we left this guy must have been waiting to see who got in my car an anyway he come running out of maccas arms wavin around in the air, ran out infront of my car an come around to my window then started askin where i got my indicators from an how much an was it easy to do an all this s**t, he went nuts over them. best laugh i had for a while :)

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:43 pm 
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jsut so you know, they do catch ppls eyes.

a little bit after when i first did mine i was at maccas with a couple mates then when we left this guy must have been waiting to see who got in my car an anyway he come running out of maccas arms wavin around in the air, ran out infront of my car an come around to my window then started askin where i got my indicators from an how much an was it easy to do an all this s**t, he went nuts over them. best laugh i had for a while :)


lol don't rub it in. I want them as well.

Pretty soon we will have to put the old amber indicators back on to be different!

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 10:43 pm 
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adrian` wrote:
yea i did this to my car a while back, one of the best exterior mods i did i recon... really improved the look of it, bought mine form the holden dealer here in mildura for just under 50 bucks with the lot, lens, globes, plugs.... just had to solder them to my old indicator wires

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goddamn adrian thats a f**k nice ED

 

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Posted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 12:12 am 
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Thats a brilliant mod. I would never have thought of putting GMH items on a Ford but that really is brilliant.

 

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Posted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 12:59 am 
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haha thanks for the compliments :) but its still no manual!! one thing i would like done to my car

sorry bout rubbin it in but god dam they look so much better then most other indicators.

the interior lights with the two reader lights in them are in both holden an ford so i figure the indicators are aloud to be to :D plus it helps the holden side of things to be promoted like this on our such lovely ford manufactured automobiles :p

 

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Posted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 11:32 am 
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me might duck down to holden lol

 

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i no i catn stand the au an ba inditactos, i hate them on early cars.

love these on mine but made it look so much more classy i recon an plus i love the orange ring that lights up during the day. looks good cos the little chrome dome top inside the lens blocks it out on the right angle at day time :D looks posh


how long you had em on for? I was hoping to be the first to do it, but i was a bit behind the 8 ball!!

i have already spent $$$ on BA ones. Don't look anywhere near as good as that.




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Those classy indicators will go well with your nice paintjob and fresh looking chrome.. :lol:
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Posted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 6:51 pm 
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Those classy indicators will go well with your nice paintjob and fresh looking chrome.. :lol:


oh yeah? I fail to see whats wrong with the paint? Unlike you, who is ashamed of his ride, i drive my car in all weather, i mean, its winter in tassie FFS. Also considering its factory, its not a "job". And the chrome is a issue that plauges all boxcars fool

oh and BTW, i bet mine has lower km's then yours :wink:

 

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Posted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 10:39 pm 
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you two dont really like each other much huh.

why not just appreciate each others cars for what they were an how far they have come? you obiously like your own styles in cars an not the other wich is fair enough i have doubts about the au's and the the box cars too but lets jsut talk about the indicators hey :)

 

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Those classy indicators will go well with your nice paintjob and fresh looking chrome.. :lol:


oh yeah? I fail to see whats wrong with the paint? Unlike you, who is ashamed of his ride, i drive my car in all weather, i mean, its winter in tassie FFS. Also considering its factory, its not a "job". And the chrome is a issue that plauges all boxcars fool

oh and BTW, i bet mine has lower km's then yours :wink:

Gee i was giving you a compliment and you fire up?? someones self conscious about owning a s**t.. :roll: :lol:
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