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Ok guys I was at the cemetery with my son and fiance visiting my Dad and Grand parents. I figured I'd snap some shots of my GP with the front and rear GTP bumper covers on along with the side skirts. Hope you like!

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Well I am getting the four door panels, I'm planning on picking up this exhaust in the near future. http://www.pfyc.com/pc/GP5005/GPEXH/Pace+S...V6+Engines.html

http://www.pfyc.com/pc/GP5003/GPEXH/SLP+Po...Grand+Prix.html

I'm planning on getting it painted after I return from vacation in July. If not it will be done early next spring/summer.

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thanks guys! I even have the red front plate cover too. :lol2: Also I should note.... there is a SD hood in the future too

yep it will be all tuned. I'm also debating when I should do my top swap. Just don't have the extra time at the moment. I have tons of things I want to finish on the car.

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Top swap? I'm guessing the newer L26 heads and LIM/UIM. You'll get much better airflow for sure. Port them, plus the tune, headers and catback, that GP will be pretty beast.

If you're gonna do all that, a mild cam would do wonders with that setup.

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