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#1 hiergehts

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Posted 18 July 2004 - 06:03 PM

Hello,

I'm planning to order a pair Euro spec headlamps for my '96 Legacy [NA spec w/ combined plastic headlights/turn signals]. My source needs a chassis number to do so. I'm not sure if giving them mine will work as it would indicate a car that came with the plastic lamps I want to replace.

I was hoping the owner of a 1995-1998 LHD European version could provide me with a usable chassis number (VIN) for this. It would have to be from a country that requires headlights are made out of glass, which if I'm not mistaken means Germany, Switzerland, France and a few other countries.

Thanks in advance if you can help out.

Hiergehts




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