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    The BMW EM3 Front Grill Swop

    I saw a truck like this once and it looked pretty good, definitely would be a one of a kind.
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    that was the look I was talking about - it does look good that way.
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    Would have to be a 1G though. A buddy has a spare M20 he said I could have and you can find E30s in the junkyard all day and clone the front end. But I'm already 3 projects deep.

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    There is a guy on the Facebook page that has it done to a second gen. I'm sure Noah can find the picture. It fits pretty well just all a matter of taste. And if you've ever met a true BMW enthusioust they would HATE you lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehive View Post
    And if you've ever met a true BMW enthusioust they would HATE you lol
    That's precisely why it should be done.
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    I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehive View Post
    There is a guy on the Facebook page that has it done to a second gen. I'm sure Noah can find the picture. It fits pretty well just all a matter of taste. And if you've ever met a true BMW enthusioust they would HATE you lol
    You don't even have to do ANYTHING to a BMW, They hate themselves no matter what.. Besides Porsche people, they seem to be some of the most unhappy I've ever met.
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    The EM3 has almost the same exact grill design as the 1st gen grills and I bet it would be so easy to just tac in in. Of course the projector headlights and all has to go with it. And screw the BMW owners with a problem, they can use a Mitsubishi front grill and I wouldn't think either way if they did. Remind me of a South Park show with them Hi-Breds Smug clouds lol.

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