Louvers - new member that makes them

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  1. MrCuda724

    MrCuda724 Member

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    Hello car freaks, I joined this forum to find out who bought the Grabber louver I made in late 2006, I sold him a 5 tier aluminum louver for his Grabber, I did post pics of the louver sitting on a Grabber and I lost track of the pics and the car is no longer available to get any more.
    I still make these louvers for the Grabbers and Comets, I prefer email correspondence.
    here are links to a few louvers I have made for other guys....
    http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b8d934b3127ccec4ca8fc80be200000040O00AatGbNo2aN2IPbz4C/cC/f%3D0/ps%3D50/r%3D0/rx%3D480/ry%3D320/

    http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b...bNo2aN2IPbz4C/cC/f=0/ps=50/r=0/rx=480/ry=320/

    http://im1.shutterfly.com/media/47b...bNo2aN2IPbz4C/cC/f=0/ps=50/r=0/rx=480/ry=320/

    Thanks for looking, Randy and John
     
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    wow thats some nice work

    if you can make them theres a ton of guys here including my self who buy
     
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    If you are serious about ordering a louver, please email me at mrrandy724@msn.com
    and we will be glad to talk to you. Thanks again...
    Randy and John
     
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    you should start your own thread about it. it'll get more attention
     
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    chirt Carlos Hirt

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    Acornridgeman MCCI Wisconsin State Rep Moderator Supporting Member

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    Hi Randy and John ..... welcome to the forum! I gave you a thread of your own instead of "hijacking" the other guys thread.

    :Welcome:

    I think that you may find several members here that want the louvers you make. But there are rules here about the correct way to sell things here on the forum. Go to the classified section and read the rules. Basic stuff like location - price - must be listed. Ads without prices get deleted - no exceptions.

    Once you post an ad in the right place - I'm sure it will generate much discussion.

    Good luck!

    :)
     
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    Email sent for two,hope to here from you Randy and John
     
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    If you would like to sell your louvers, please create a for sale thread here after reading the forum rules. Thanks.
     
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    OK guys and gals, I would like to put an end to any confusion and I am sorry for "HIJACKING" another members thread but i am new to forums.
    I do get $700.00 for my louvers, that includes insured shipping and your louver comes ready to paint. I do apologize but I am not in a position to offer bulk discounts.
    To the moderators, I will start a new thread of my own, I tried when I first joined this group and I got the message that I must have 10 previous posts
    in order to start a new thread.
     
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    wow ,in my opinion ,a little pricey . I think i can find 3 or four other things to buy for the mav than louvers that are worth more than the car i want to put it on ,lol,lol:rofl2:
     
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    Mavman72 Gone backwards but lookin' forward

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    Yeah,thats pricey.I understand the work involved to make em but I could buy a Carbon fiber Grabber hood for less.
     
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    Opinions.....we all have them:yup:
     
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    rear window louver

    not to be a jerk ,but i think the Maverickman could build a carbon fibre rear window louver for a lot less,and i think it would look really pimp without painting (y). A fine looking product ,but i personally will keep looking. Maverickman give us another option, carbon fibre for less.
     
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    That's the great thing about America, freedom of choice, we can put damn near anything we want on our cars we choose, my choice is metal, It's my opinion that the cars glorified in this forum are best suited with materials from the same era, not to worry guys, I do not take offense to anyone else's opinion, I am simply giving the old school car nut another option as I have for the last 6 years.:cheers:
     

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