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Thanks guys i fleel already @ Home.

@Sebaso67,

I have no sunroof, this is a stock car.
I could not choose.



With the Piaa DRL's


More picture's are comming.

Please forgive me for my writing, i am Foreign.
 

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Kalimero, nice pics, thanks and welcome.


Don't apologise for your writing, it's better than some of ours.



 

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I know you have been on here only short time but have you noticed any main differences between your Opel and our Vauxhalls? How does your interior look like, colour wise. Same wheels? Besides the bulbs (lamps/lights), have you added any additionals to your Opel?
 

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sebaso67 said:
I know you have been on here only short time but have you noticed any main differences between your Opel and our Vauxhalls? How does your interior look like, colour wise. Same wheels? Besides the bulbs (lamps/lights), have you added any additionals to your Opel?
I Did not notice any differences between the Opel and the Vauxhall.

I have leather seats (Black/grey).

Yesterday i have 'Cleaned' the boot lid , the Mokka and Ecoflex logo is removed.
Also have i removed advertising below the licence plate.

More pictures are comming soon.
 

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Yesterday i have 'Cleaned' the boot lid , the Mokka and Ecoflex logo is removed.
What did you use to remove the letters? I have heard tooth floss is good but have never tried so far.
 

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What did you use to remove the letters? I have heard tooth floss is good but have never tried so far.
As said hairdrier to soften the glue then they usualy lift off butdental floss can be used if they are stubborn. Make sure there is no grit or dirt caught just under the edges of the badge before flossing. Then Sticky Stuff remover or WD40 to get rid of any glue residue followed by a quick polish & wax totop upthe protection of the exposed paint.

If you are a bit heavy-handed then asquare of masking tape all round the badge or letters being worked on helps prevent mishaps to the surrounding paintwork. Better safe than sorry.

My bare behind


 
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