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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6 View Post
    Thanks. I seem to remember seeing them on the '68 Charger R/T.
    Yeah, they had a little round light in the front fenders. Also the '68 Dart. They weren't there on the '67 models, so they were there because they had to be.
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    Nota, that was hilarious... cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by nota View Post
    In essence the concept centres around adherance to stricter standards of vehicle impact protection

    Extrapolating such 'logic' means your ideal bumper setup has no overhang at all

    Less often than you have thats for sure. Btw aren't you forgetting the other half of this equasion?

    Thank you Einstein for bequeathing us these penetrating insights - real Ph.D material

    After establishing a 'failure to comply with bumper etiquette' I'm beginning to suspect these blackshirts will immediately contact their evil commissar at Central HQ (located in Coventry, England) and await further instructions from the dreaded Dr Bumper

    Perchance any further line of questioning you've left out re JCP's bumpers? Colour? Shape? Texture? Orgone content?
    This may be the booze talking, but this post rocks.
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    @ all

    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6 View Post
    Thanks. I seem to remember seeing them on the '68 Charger R/T.
    btw those little marker lights are the easiest way to pick a '67 Mustang from the otherwise almost identical '68


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    All i know about sielgihts is that when I get my urobumnpers I won't ahve sidemarkres anymore and it makes me hppy.
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    The things we do for girls who won't sleep with us.

    Patrick says:
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    Ok Quiggs, lay off the remaining booze and stay the hell off the roads. We don't need any more people driving like dumbshits.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleet 500 View Post
    '68 was the year when there were mandated, I believe. Side marker lights.

    Correct, it was always an easy way to tell '67 and '68 Mustangs apart since they're nearly identical otherwise!
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    I remember seeing a Ford F-250 when I was about 7/8. It was huge. One of the neighbours parked it next to my Dad's old Fiesta and got a photo. It was also covered in sidemarkers- little candle-style lights standing vertical on the front wings, markers on the roof, and just some smattered down the side for the hell of it.

    Sidenote: This is turning into the best thread yet- ownage, information and humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6 View Post
    Sidenote: This is turning into the best thread yet- ownage, information and humour.

    MOAR! MOAR! MOAR!
    I am really wondering what your benchmarks for quality look like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    I am really wondering what your benchmarks for quality look like...
    Hey, at least I want the information...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6 View Post
    Hey, at least I want the information...
    yep, I confused this one with the GM thread
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    Volvo's seem to have side marker lights all down the side, well, older models at least. Such as the V40 for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall View Post
    Volvo's seem to have side marker lights all down the side, well, older models at least. Such as the V40 for example.
    They're permitted in Europe, just not a requirement.

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    Speaking of side markers, the not-for-export Saturn Aura/possibly a rebodied Opel something has them, even though it's not required.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    Here's some shots from where all the action happens...
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