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Old 06-04-2006, 06:44 PM   #1
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Alright, I have looked at my dinged up hood and fenders for too long! I am wanting to know a good wholesale site where I can get a 99 hood, fenders, bumper, and headlights for my civic! (I had a kid jump on my hood 3 years ago and then my brother drove the car and put a nice dent in it. I want to replace with OEM parts

http://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=790135

There is the particular inspiration.

Any websites to recommend that you have dealt with. I could just use e-bay but it is a little expensive, I just want the primered parts.
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Old 06-04-2006, 06:54 PM   #2
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Oh def do the 99-00 front end conversion, it's teh pimpness!
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Old 06-04-2006, 10:04 PM   #3
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pimpness

oh yes, it looks soo good. I can trick everybody into thinking I have a newer car. Where can I go to track down those parts. It seems like e-bay still has the best prices.
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I'd ebay or h-t it. That or find a local forum/junkyard.
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If you e-bay parts make sure you read the feedback of the seller. The parts are sometimes aftermarket and sometimes won't line up. I got all my parts on e-bay and the shop that's going to do my car said he can make them fit. If they fit I'll just tell him to get some from the dealer and give negative feedback to the sellers.
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I've had an e-bay account for a year. I dont really want to buy the aftermarket stuff. That is what I have on my car now (the headlights) and they are nasty now..one of them sprang a leak, and I never got around to fixing it, and something red is growing in there and smells like a bad fish bowl or something.

I dont know of any junkyards in the Dallas Area. I need to hop on that! I'll ask some H-T members. I'm also looking for some red or black s2000 seats. So keep your eyes peeled.
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