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Front Grill for a 1979 Plymouth Arrow GS...

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Just took the grill of my car to clean and found that it's all cracked to hell. I can glue it and make new brackets for it. But a new grill would be better. I can't find any parts for this car. So... is there anyone out there that knows if there is a grill from a different kind of car, that would fit? In 1979 they changed the grill... of course... from round lights to square ones.
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Do you have a part # that may be molded into the grille plastic? Mitsubishi part #'s began with an 'M'. Usually 'MD'.
A Google search brought up nothing availible. 1979-80 would work.
 

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ImperialCrown said:
Do you have a part # that may be molded into the grille plastic? Mitsubishi part #'s began with an 'M'. Usually 'MD'.
A Google search brought up nothing availible. 1979-80 would work.
Just finished cleaning all the gunk of it yesterday. MB117220. Funny how the B was backwards.
 

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all else fails, weren't these (and the Colts) also sold overseas? a supplier in e.g. the UK or Japan or Hong Kong might be able to help. Maybe Singapore?
 

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BlackSheep01 said:
all else fails, weren't these (and the Colts) also sold overseas? a supplier in e.g. the UK or Japan or Hong Kong might be able to help. Maybe Singapore?
The grill now looks great. Almost new. After cleaning it I painted it. We glued the broken parts and now, from the front at least, she looks great!
 
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