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    custom engine grill emblem

    Who is the person who fabricates the various engine displacement emblems for the grill on 72-73 cars. I would like to have one made.


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    Jim Hollinger

    This is the email address he gave me:

    JMH Performance
    133 W 19th ST
    Chico, CA 95928

    So, 3.8?
    Dick Moran

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    Blessed be the lowered RickS's Avatar
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    Or if you want to go the more commercial route... has 2.4 and 2.7 and slew of others. 2.4 badge

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    Pelican is selling the custom ones now -- the newer version has a blacked out base. Wish I had that version.

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    I forgot about the Pelican connection

    If I recall correctly, Jim Hollinger told me that Pelican would be selling the badges he makes.
    Dick Moran

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