Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model
Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model
Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model
Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model
Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model
Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model

Custom design Rear deck lid grille for F/G model

  • We offer designing and production of unique Custom design deck lid grille for F/G model deck lid grills. If you have an idea and want your own pattern, look please send us an enquiry.
  • Please notify us if your car has a rear windscreen wiper.
360,00 €
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Side note: This product went through a most extreme reliability test being installed in a rally car that took part in the Dakar Rally Classic 2022 with the team Nantes Prestige Autos finishing in 3rd place in H2 class and 9th overall.

 

Details:

Made from 1,5mm aluminium

 

If your car has a rear windscreen wiper, please notify us.

Producer
Product code
CB.GR.CTM
Finish
Brushed
Generation
G-model (1974 - 1989)
Mesh
No
Parts
Grills & Accessories
Car model
F-model 2.0
,
F-model 2.2
,
F-model 2.4
,
G-model 2.7
,
G-model 3.0
,
G-model 3.0 SC
,
G-model 3.2
,
912 E
,
912
Year
1964
,
1965
,
1966
,
1967
,
1968
,
1969
,
1970
,
1971
,
1972
,
1973
,
1974
,
1975
,
1976
,
1977
,
1978
,
1979
,
1980
,
1981
,
1982
,
1983
,
1984
,
1985
,
1986
,
1987
,
1988
,
1989
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