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so i want to remove my front license plate bracket, shaved look. whats a reasonable price i should be looking at? i already went to some shops but it seems a bit high for something so small. and if i provide the paint, how much then?


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Personally would look for a front bumper that does not have any plate holes. Get that one and get it sprayed and install it yourself. You could probably get it sprayed for 100.00 at the most. That is with them providing the material.


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Personally would look for a front bumper that does not have any plate holes. Get that one and get it sprayed and install it yourself. You could probably get it sprayed for 100.00 at the most. That is with them providing the material.

:agreed: What I was going to say. Nothing will come close to looking as good as a new font.

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im kinda undecided now. what i wanted was to make seem like it came bracketless from the dealer and then probably make it dirty to make it difficult to notice. reason why is that, front plate going into Nevada, i keep front plate. no front plate going into Nevada, no front plate needed.


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So why not get a new, unblemished front bumper like notallthere suggests. get it painted and mounted, and then purchase a retractable license place holder and mount it up front with a toggle switch in the drivers compartment. License plate retracted and visible when in Californ-i-a and retracted in the land of Sin City. Hot rodders have used retractable license plate holders in the rear of their cars for years that retract once the ignition is started.



http://www.pfyc.com/GN1046.html



http://www.ebay.com/bhp/retractable-license-plate

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