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Number plate plinth

Newbos Oct 1, 2012

  1. Newbos

    Newbos Member

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    Hi all

    I got a price of £50 just for the above from my local Audi dealership, anyone else think that's is expensive just for the plinth.

    Thanks
    Simon
     
  2. Av4nt

    Av4nt Well-Known Member Team V10 Team Sprint quattro s tronic saloon Audi S6

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    Lol knowing audi... Its probably only 99p but £49.01 to have it screwed on
     
  3. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    go on ebay mate 50 quid is a joke!
     
  4. Newbos

    Newbos Member

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    ben.w93 Member

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    You need the signature rings on the grill, I personally think they look naff without.
     
  6. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    Hey :)

    Grills look decent pal, i prefer badges on the front tho me.

    Them grills are for non sline bumpers tho keep that in mind
     
  7. Newbos

    Newbos Member

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    Yeah i know, i realized after i posted. To be honest my grill is pefect, but the plinth is a like a dart board with multiple plate switches.
     
  8. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    should try the bay, get one loads cheaper than tht lad if ya grill is in decent condition.

    i smoothed mine and painted it, so theres another option for ya
     
  9. Newbos

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    What did you use to smooth it?
     
  10. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    fiberglass and body filler son
     
  11. Newbos

    Newbos Member

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    lol brave! i think ill hold out for one
     
  12. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    haha no worries sure sumut wil come up on ebay tbh, one someone breaking one maybe
     
  13. Wrath

    Wrath Well-Known Member

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    You meaning the plate filler? Just get some Di-Noc and wrap it, takes 5 minutes. Mines still perfect after year or two.
     
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    hades- Yorkshire & Humber Rep. Regional Rep VCDS Map User

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    are you after the usa style one
    or 1 with plate recess ?
     
  15. Newbos

    Newbos Member

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    not fussed i dont think, however the front plate i want to put on is shortened so i suppose a flush plinth would suit better.
     
  16. astradti16v

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    Any pics of a car with the plinth fitted?
     

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