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Discussion in 'Classic Audi Forum' started by M Dogg, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. M Dogg

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    I'm looking for some advice regarding sourcing and pricing some bodywork for my audi 80. At the moment it is bog standard and i admit i do love the shape of the car as it is but i loke the look of the one on my avatar. I think that it has s2 bumbers and skirts on it?? Please correct me if i'm wrong. Does anyone know roughly how much these would be to buy?

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  3. RGBArgee

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    If you have a nice original 80 don't bu**er it about. They are gems and should be kept in original unmolested condition. IMHO

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  4. M Dogg

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    I'm stuck in two minds about it, as i said i do love the original shape and styling but the s2 bumpers give it a much more imposing presence (even though its only a cheeky wee 1.6 under the bonnet!) at the same time being quite subtle. Dunno yet, just fishing for some prices or advice. Muchos thanks for you opinion!:icon_thumright:
     
  5. nightfly56

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    when considring the S2 style bumper remember you will also need to source new headlamp units, (all in one no indicator) new bumper mounted indicators, & foglights, and wiring etc for the new lights, and also figure in prep & Paint unless you are lucky enough to find one the right colour, could be quite an expensive excercise.

    S2 bumpers in good condition can fetch as much as £150. a fair starting price to be looking at would be in the £50 region but you could be looking for a while

    HTH

    Mick
     

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