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  1. #241
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    Me!
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    1968 Cadillac DeVille Convertible Survivor (44k miles). A 7,7l, 472 cid, 3 ton monster doing 6 MPG.

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  2. #242
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    Maybe me, depends on the price (sorry, I didn't pass through the 24 pages of this thread...)

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    Any movement on this? I really want one...

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    Due to the lack of financial support from those interested, almost ten people, there are not enough folks to warrant a group buy. You will have to go direct with Randy Ellis on a bar. He set up a jig to complete my prototype. They are not cheap nor do they look it when installed. I've received many positive comments and I have yet to install any driving lamps. The Hellas importation was delayed so I've cancelled that order. I'm now looking at LED driving lamps. Expensive but substantially less power draw and brighter application.

    Quote Originally Posted by Griff_33 View Post
    I think you should just go direct with Randy brother. I don't see anyone jumping in for a group buy at this juncture. The workmanship is awesome. My Hella 4000 Compacts are enroute...

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  5. #245
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    Don't want to go through 25 pages of thread, but what happen with the bull bar GB?

  6. #246
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    Read the post right above yours.
    2003 XC70 with 345,000 km (214,370 mi)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griff_33 View Post
    . I'm now looking at LED driving lamps. Expensive but substantially less power draw and brighter application.
    i just got these from www.rigidindustries.com
    http://www.rigidindustries.com/v/vsp...hotos/D2-2.jpg


    freaking bright as ass hell...using them for my reverse lights on top of my roof rack...look!!

    off


    on


    off again


    standing in front of the lights, look at my shadow in the pics


    standing off to the right rear


    little further back on right rear


    2 car length back in front of the garage



    side view standing up close


    side view little further back, HID reverse lights


    side view no HID reverse light
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    I know a very old thread but I have been doing research on bull bars and found a couple sites around EU that have them available. https://vparts.se/se/xc70/volvo-xc70...sidesteps.html, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VOLVO-XC70...-/272765824568, http://www.moosermetall.se/volvo_xc_v70.php. I am trying to find out if they will ship to USA and cost for it. I also found some pretty cool lights on the vparts site that have clear reflector and another that has led daytime running lights and projector low beams. You do have to get an adapter wire for the projector lights but they are very very nice.

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