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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 01.04.2009, 16:47

Yes , I'm still looking for that center chrome parts , as well as the both side parts - nowhere to be found...

Well , you have to have only one extra grill to make such grill without rings :)
As soon as I get my car from mechanics , I will take some close up pictures and send you via e-mail , just write me yours :wink:


The chrome pieces for the front are avaible here in the USA, if money is not a huge concern, b/c the taxes are expensive, you can source the parts from this side of the 'pond'.

My email address is in my profile. [/quote]
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 01.04.2009, 20:37

oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:
Yes , I'm still looking for that center chrome parts , as well as the both side parts - nowhere to be found...

Well , you have to have only one extra grill to make such grill without rings :)
As soon as I get my car from mechanics , I will take some close up pictures and send you via e-mail , just write me yours :wink:


The chrome pieces for the front are avaible here in the USA, if money is not a huge concern, b/c the taxes are expensive, you can source the parts from this side of the 'pond'.

My email address is in my profile.
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Unfortunately , money is the biggest problem for me... Because If I had so much money that I wouldn't count ,I would buy them from Audi dealer here in Lithuania for about 100euros a piece , that makes around 300euros for a brand new chrome parts... No ,thank you sir :lol: :lol:

I will e-mail you the pictures as soon as I will get the car back and remove the grill to take some photos(I will have to remove it anyway , because I will have to change the drivers side reflector) :)
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 02.04.2009, 00:30

I will e-mail you the pictures as soon as I will get the car back and remove the grill to take some photos(I will have to remove it anyway , because I will have to change the drivers side reflector) :)


Is there any write up of how to make the grill? No one in the USA has done it. If have a link for a write up of how to do it, that would be great.

I do appreciate you going out of your way to take pictures.
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 05.04.2009, 18:41

Ok , so now the front is almost OK , except for those chrome parts , which are not there... :roll:
By the way , oldsklaudidub , please write me your email , because this email "sending via this forum" thing doesn't include attachments for full sized photos which I took yesterday , while putting all the Audi 200 exterior decorations till 1am :lol:
Well , I had my grill made , so I don't know how to make it step by step - just cut , melt , bend a little in the middle and that should be it :) Oh , and use staples in the area where you melt to pieces together for a better connection:)
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 05.04.2009, 19:45

Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:Ok , so now the front is almost OK , except for those chrome parts , which are not there... :roll:
By the way , oldsklaudidub , please write me your email , because this email "sending via this forum" thing doesn't include attachments for full sized photos which I took yesterday , while putting all the Audi 200 exterior decorations till 1am :lol:
Well , I had my grill made , so I don't know how to make it step by step - just cut , melt , bend a little in the middle and that should be it :) Oh , and use staples in the area where you melt to pieces together for a better connection:)
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PM sent with email address.

Remember the chrome parts can be sourced from the USA. I can send you the contact info for the place to source the chrome parts.

What ido you mean by using staples?
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 05.04.2009, 20:11

So the photos are sent as well :)
Well , this could be possible , sending those chrome parts from the USA , but this will cost a lot , I mean A LOT :shock:
Using staples(maybe not the right word) is hmm , using a little metal part between two plastic parts which you melt together , for a better connetion , if you know what I mean :)
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 05.04.2009, 20:30

Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:So the photos are sent as well :)
Well , this could be possible , sending those chrome parts from the USA , but this will cost a lot , I mean A LOT :shock:
Using staples(maybe not the right word) is hmm , using a little metal part between two plastic parts which you melt together , for a better connetion , if you know what I mean :)


I recieved the email thank you.

I can provide you the info, then you could at least get a price quote. Maybe the price is not as bad as you think?

I think i can use one of my low heat soldering irons with a flat spade tip.

Do you mean a very thin little piece of tin or something specific for just this application?
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 05.04.2009, 20:37

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Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:So the photos are sent as well :)
Well , this could be possible , sending those chrome parts from the USA , but this will cost a lot , I mean A LOT :shock:
Using staples(maybe not the right word) is hmm , using a little metal part between two plastic parts which you melt together , for a better connetion , if you know what I mean :)


I recieved the email thank you.

I can provide you the info, then you could at least get a price quote. Maybe the price is not as bad as you think?

I think i can use one of my low heat soldering irons with a flat spade tip.

Do you mean a very thin little piece of tin or something specific for just this application?


You are welcome ;)
In these photos you can see what I mean with this "better connection" thing. In each line of plastic you can see a little metal piece ;)

Well , you can provide me this info , but I'm sure that this will cost too much for me , because the parts are big , and big means expensive :roll:
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 05.04.2009, 20:45

Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:
oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:
Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:So the photos are sent as well :)
Well , this could be possible , sending those chrome parts from the USA , but this will cost a lot , I mean A LOT :shock:
Using staples(maybe not the right word) is hmm , using a little metal part between two plastic parts which you melt together , for a better connetion , if you know what I mean :)


I recieved the email thank you.

I can provide you the info, then you could at least get a price quote. Maybe the price is not as bad as you think?

I think i can use one of my low heat soldering irons with a flat spade tip.

Do you mean a very thin little piece of tin or something specific for just this application?


You are welcome ;)
In these photos you can see what I mean with this "better connection" thing. In each line of plastic you can see a little metal piece ;)

Well , you can provide me this info , but I'm sure that this will cost too much for me , because the parts are big , and big means expensive :roll:


Ah yes I see them now. Very very tiny.

I am surprised that you cannot use your euro chrome trim?
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 05.04.2009, 20:51

oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:
Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:
oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:
Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:So the photos are sent as well :)
Well , this could be possible , sending those chrome parts from the USA , but this will cost a lot , I mean A LOT :shock:
Using staples(maybe not the right word) is hmm , using a little metal part between two plastic parts which you melt together , for a better connetion , if you know what I mean :)


I recieved the email thank you.

I can provide you the info, then you could at least get a price quote. Maybe the price is not as bad as you think?

I think i can use one of my low heat soldering irons with a flat spade tip.

Do you mean a very thin little piece of tin or something specific for just this application?


You are welcome ;)
In these photos you can see what I mean with this "better connection" thing. In each line of plastic you can see a little metal piece ;)

Well , you can provide me this info , but I'm sure that this will cost too much for me , because the parts are big , and big means expensive :roll:


Ah yes I see them now. Very very tiny.

I am surprised that you cannot use your euro chrome trim?


Sorry ,what do you mean..?
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 05.04.2009, 20:57

Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:
Ah yes I see them now. Very very tiny.

I am surprised that you cannot use your euro chrome trim?


Sorry ,what do you mean..?[/quote]


Why can you not use the trim that you use for your euro bumper?

Is the width of the trim too small? If so how much?
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 05.04.2009, 21:10

oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:
Ignas.quattro hat geschrieben:
Ah yes I see them now. Very very tiny.

I am surprised that you cannot use your euro chrome trim?


Sorry ,what do you mean..?


Why can you not use the trim that you use for your euro bumper?

Is the width of the trim too small? If so how much?


Aaa , you mean the chrome part which I used before?
It is different and too small to cover the space between headlights and bumper ;)
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 07.04.2009, 20:45

Ok , so the wheels are ON 8) Needs a little drop :roll:
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Beitragvon Mario20v » 08.04.2009, 07:46

Very Nice!

I have lowerd my V8 appox. 50mm on the Front,
for daily use without problems, because i have a FOX Exhaust with 4 Tailpipes,
but is has huge mufflers... :-(
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 08.04.2009, 19:00

Mario20v hat geschrieben:Very Nice!

I have lowerd my V8 appox. 50mm on the Front,
for daily use without problems, because i have a FOX Exhaust with 4 Tailpipes,
but is has huge mufflers... :-(

thanks :)
I could lower my car by buying new lower sport springs , but this I cannot afford , and used lower springs for my car are nowhere to be found at this time :roll:
By the way , today I changed the wideners. I mean , on the front I had 1.4cm wideners and on the back I had 2cm wideners and now I did the opposite , so that the front wheels would be at least a little wider apart from each other with 2cm wideners and the back wheels wouldn't be that much outside of the car with 1.4cm wideners :)
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Beitragvon oldsklaudidub » 10.04.2009, 19:08

OHHH NOOOO not a shopping cart!!!! The anti-Christ of car paint!
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Beitragvon arri200 » 10.04.2009, 20:33

i have one picture of my car.



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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 13.04.2009, 19:31

oldsklaudidub hat geschrieben:OHHH NOOOO not a shopping cart!!!! The anti-Christ of car paint!

Haha , yes , they are , god damn :x :lol:
One more photo , just for fun mobile phone quality:
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Beitragvon The_saint » 13.04.2009, 20:10

I'm lovin'it :respekt: :}}
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 17.04.2009, 22:18

McDonald's? :lol:
So today I did a little cleaning:
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I still need those chrome parts :evil:
Zuletzt geändert von Ignas.quattro am 17.04.2009, 22:21, insgesamt 1-mal geändert.
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 17.04.2009, 22:20

...and yesterday I installed this ,hmm , flat platform in my trunk :)
Before:
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All the required parts:
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Had to do a lot of cleaning the sand and dust out , but still it wasn't enough...

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Had to do some modifications , including cutting and stuff like that to fit all the parts.
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And it is finished , looks good 8)
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 19.04.2009, 12:56

More will be sometime later :wink:

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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 19.04.2009, 16:46

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Beitragvon 5 Zylinder sind genug » 19.04.2009, 18:44

Your pictures are amazing. Very nice car(s).
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 19.04.2009, 19:23

5 Zylinder sind genug hat geschrieben:Your pictures are amazing. Very nice car(s).

Thank you thank you :)
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Beitragvon 44avantQT » 19.04.2009, 19:38

indeed Ignas, your avant is lovely and looking very mean, you have done an exellent job :wink:
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Beitragvon Avantus » 19.04.2009, 23:16

Great news that you fixed the car. And it looks better than ever, great job! ;)
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Beitragvon Mario20v » 20.04.2009, 07:47

Your Car looks like it has all around tintetd windows on the Pic wit the Factorybuildinge in the backround. :D
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Beitragvon Ignas.quattro » 20.04.2009, 16:33

Thanks guys , here is one more , just no-photosession photo , with mobile phone :-)
By the way , Mario20v - I like the way my windows look in that photo - lighting conditions are just perfect for making cars look soooo good 8)
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Beitragvon Erik-DD » 20.04.2009, 21:05

damn! :shock: those pictures are really great!! :-D
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