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1200 front end similar to 120y?
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Am getting a front end accident damaged ute fixed up the chassie rails are straight and i have found someone willing to do the work for me.

The plan is to weld the panels that form the side of the engine bay (not sure of the name) from another car on to the chassie rails.

What i need to kow is if these panels(???) are the same as a 120y? Many thanks

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Re: 1200 front end similar to 120y?
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that would be diferent you could make a 120y ute

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so they are differnt? no yes. I dont want it looking like a 120y it would spoil its good looks :runs very fast:

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i cant say how diferent they are but i think the bigest diference would be in the radiator suport

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Im sure they are different, you mean the whole lot including the strut towers, what will you use for the rad support or is this ok? Find some from a sedan, coupe or another ute.

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Yup the srut towers. I am getting a rad support and a front apron off ebay. Ok will look around for a 1200 one. Thanks

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See if you can get the whole lot off a wrecked car, those aftermarket panels need a fair bit of work to fit correctly.

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Yer am going to get a pannel beater to put em on but i guess time is money. Any one got a rear ended wreak for sale?

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haha my fake guard fits better than my original, go taiwanese panels

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i have two if you want to come to south oz to get them

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