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Aerostar grill in Gen 1....

-has anyone done this mod to their truck. i have seen pictures of it, but i have searched and can not find how it is done......anyone have any info on it?? thanks......
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I never saw one on the gen 1 before, but it looks totally cool
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sorry...can't help ya.



BUT THAT IS COOOL!!
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ok... where are the front turn signals?? (it's the law) i've looked everywhere.
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ok... where are the front turn signals?? (it's the law) i've looked everywhere.
Some of those headlight conversion housings, have a lil 194 inside it to use as a turnsignal...I had a set on my cherokee.
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ok... where are the front turn signals?? (it's the law) i've looked everywhere.
his are still on there, but they are blacked out. hard to see. right under the headlamps.....
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i looked into this back in the day when i had my 86. there is not alot of info out there to help ya....

get a grille, start cuttin, epoxy, filler, sand, paint.....etc.
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thats pretty cool
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I really like it! Looks pretty cool.
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I have been looking into this since I got my 85 a couple weeks ago, and I cant find any info on a "how to" so the easiest way would just be get the grill, take yours out and start figuring it out LOL....then write a how to on here so we all will know
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That is badass, I like that.
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never seen that before....i kinda like it
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wow, i think im gonna go against every body... that is Fckuking ugly.
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wow, i think im gonna go against every body... that is Fckuking ugly.
I'm sure that's what your dad said about your mom too, but he was drunk, and he didn't know any better.










































Just kidding :)
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Its not bad, the phantom grill is probably the best.
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wow, i think im gonna go against every body... that is Fckuking ugly.
I'll second that.

It looks like a big gaping smile with no teeth... or only a few teeth, and isn't that appealing IMO
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I'm sure that's what your dad said about your mom too, but he was drunk, and he didn't know any better.










































Just kidding :)
Joke taken. :) but serously, the ranger was a dam good lookin truck back in the day, why ruin the looks with mini-van front end... just dont look right to me.
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wow, looks awesome
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