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JamesMk6

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Haha thanks mate

I'm just happy iv'e got rid of my punto!

it'll look smart when iv'e done with it, just got to find the money to do it haha :)

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Rear windows tinted, Lowered on coils all round. either st wheels or dished wheels. bonnet bra, spotlights for front, cat back exhaust, full leather interior, boot installment. etc etc etc.

How easy are the head unit's to change on these?

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Well on my ST I had a flat screen and a sub to be fitted and I had to get a pro to do it

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Its easy enough to change the head unit although if you're going to do it id recommend buying the proper fascia/fascia plate adapter rather than going for halfords one. The proper one looks a million times better and is alot more secure. The ST panther black wheels are nice :) im getting a set of these which are similar but only 16" http://www.fordpartsuk.com/shop/ford_fiesta_mk6_65_x_16_12_spoke_alloy_wheel_f_1505627_c_246.htm

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Nice car :) Mine has the black ST wheels but the centre caps are a pain in the butt, they like getting lost!!! Ive been given a few ideas on good ways to keep them put.....just gotta buy another set first :/ Happy motoring :)

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Nice car :) Mine has the black ST wheels but the centre caps are a pain in the butt, they like getting lost!!! Ive been given a few ideas on good ways to keep them put.....just gotta buy another set first :/ Happy motoring :)

Silicone sealant will hold the centre caps on without being permenant

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