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Old 09-04-2006, 03:14 PM
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Thanks very much guys, sounds like I will have some more beers to buy when I head through your way.
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I've made a few adjustments after taking it down to les's a few weeks a go but have been really busy and haven't had a chance to get back.
if still interested let me know and i will try a refitand it should be ready

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Definatly still interested thanks Trev.
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have been working some pretty extensive hours lately but have got some frames ready to sell if anyone is interested.
the cut down frame is ready for a try fit but am trying to find the time.
i can be contacted on 07 54298829 or trevor@taraglass.com

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Old 11-27-2006, 07:23 PM
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With the frames you have Trev, are they chrome or still in brass or did you get them done in the black chrome you mentioned?

Also do you have a pic of one on a car?

Last but not least, how much?
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David,

I've been trying to contact you. Left a message on your voice mail.

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I don't have a pic of one on a car at the moment but will get one on here soon, they are finished , chromed and assembled and will sell them at the moment for $1160 plus freight and packaging, allow about $40 for packing.
unfotunately the black chrome, apartfrom being very expensive is very hard to find anyone in brisbane that does it.
in the last 6 months brass and nickle has tripled in price but i can hold this price for a while.

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The price your quoting Trev, is that for frame only or does it include the glass?
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thats complete with glass,(protector windscreen) assembled ready to bolt into car

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