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    Hi all,
    a good friend of mine is looking for a good pre facelift XPG front bumper for a ZT/ZTT, ideally that he can collect as he travels to / from Stoneleigh
    Many thanks in advance
    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by colintf View Post
    Hi all,
    a good friend of mine is looking for a good pre facelift XPG front bumper for a ZT/ZTT, ideally that he can collect as he travels to / from Stoneleigh
    Many thanks in advance
    cheers
    colin
    I take it that an XPG one differs to the MGR item?

    Kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by torque2me View Post
    I take it that an XPG one differs to the MGR item?

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    Just the colour I think, Kev. X-Power Grey often called XPG. Saves needing to re-spray if you can get one already in the correct colour, I imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Just the colour I think, Kev. X-Power Grey often called XPG. Saves needing to re-spray if you can get one already in the correct colour, I imagine.

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    It's just that I might have one but it is "au natural".

    Is there a vehicle in the gallery that is sporting the pre-face-lift bumper so I can compare?

    Kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by torque2me View Post
    It's just that I might have one but it is "au natural".

    Is there a vehicle in the gallery that is sporting the pre-face-lift bumper so I can compare?

    Kev
    Although there is still discussion as to which is the first "real" Mk2, as against re-clothed mk 1, cars with a VIN under the 200 should all be mk1.
    If you look on the first two pages here: https://www.two-sixties.co.uk/mgoc26...Ordered-by-VIN , and click on a VIN to link to any Gallery photos, you will see what I mean. Hopefully you will find some photos detailed and close-up enough to help.

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    Pre facelift has the twin headlights as opposed to the single larger ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevestrat View Post
    Pre facelift has the twin headlights as opposed to the single larger ones.

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    Thanks for the pic Steve and thanks for the galleries link David! A bit clearer. Shall have to go into the depths of garage junk (spares) to check the shape as it has got to be 10 years since I "collected" said item.

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    Yep, XPower Grey is what we are after
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    Actual paint code for X Power Grey is LEF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevestrat View Post
    Actual paint code for X Power Grey is LEF.
    Thats the one Steve
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