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Not an easy thing to do. Besides the hood, it needs the fenders, lights, corner lights, wiper arms/motors, center chrome strip on the front bumper and radiator support crossbar to be sourced from a sedan.

Doesn't look too bad, but I don't think a SEC should be modified in such a way personally.
 

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hmm, two things.

Paint code 877 Petrolblau

....and in case you missed that the first time around, its a sedan-nosed coupe.
 

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I wonder if they have a coupe nosed sedan to compliment it?? :dunno:
 

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Its a neat project, but, I agree, coupe noses are better looking on the coupe.
 

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I love the Coupe nosed sedans.
 

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I like the coupe nose on the coupe and normally like cars to remain as they rolled out of the factory, but as Greeney said, "I think I like it."

Further, I miss looking out over the hood when driving my sec and not seeing the star.

Thanks to Greeney for this post!

John
 
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