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Old 09-28-2012, 11:59 AM   #1
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Alan @ ModBargains very helpful on GTR hood!

I was looking into getting a new piece for my car and decided while I had the cash on hand I better just go for it before I regret not getting something. I decided to do something a bit different to change my cars appearance and went with the Carbon Fiber GTR hood. I called modbargains and began talking to Alan who was very helpful! They told me they didn't have the prefacelift hood for my car but assured me the facelift hood would fit with a slight gap by the grills. I waited a day to do some research before I just dove in and got 1 and people kept getting the m3 hood for their prefacelift but had to do all this fender work so and kept calling back asking questions about the hood and Alan helped answer all my needs and very nice working with him. He assured me the facelift hood was the way to go and I must say he knew what he was talking about because my hood took an hour self install with some buddies. The gap that is suppose to be noticed from side view is really not even there. Everyone that looks the hood over thinks it was made for my car. The hood fits perfectly and looks amazing! Heres a picture and WHEN I go back to modbargains I will definitely be asking for alan.

Heres a pic...I know I need a bumper that will go on shortly!!
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