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    Countach front directional bodies (lenses not included)

    I have been selling 308 front bumpers for 308 kits and Mera's for many years now. I originally used OEM Carello light assemblies. When those started to get scarce I had aluminum bodies made. They way I had them made was fairly expensive. So I had an idea and my new batch cost less to have CNC milled. So my new batch is here now. I never thought to offer them to Countach kit owners. So here they are:

    http://rodneydickman.com/catalog/pro...roducts_id=376

    Thanks
    Rodney Dickman

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    Rodney has been supplying the Fiero and Mera market for many years. I personally vouch for him here as an excellent vendor. I have used him many times in the past on my 355 and 308 projects.

    These turn signal bases look great Rodney. I am sure you will get several sales over here from us Countach owners as well.

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    I'm in for a set depending on price, and as a fellow fiero owner... I definitely recognize and recommend Rodney as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbnemo1 View Post
    I'm in for a set depending on price, and as a fellow fiero owner... I definitely recognize and recommend Rodney as well
    Well if you get a set, do not put them in your storage unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1988Mera View Post
    I have been selling 308 front bumpers for 308 kits and Mera's for many years now. I originally used OEM Carello light assemblies. When those started to get scarce I had aluminum bodies made. They way I had them made was fairly expensive. So I had an idea and my new batch cost less to have CNC milled. So my new batch is here now. I never thought to offer them to Countach kit owners. So here they are:

    http://rodneydickman.com/catalog/pro...roducts_id=376

    Thanks
    Rodney Dickman
    Rodney, I see a picture of a pair of lights with "$79.95" written next to it on your site, so is that $79.95 for a pair of your housings/bases?

    If so, that's great value (even that price each would be tolerable given your correct assessment of the cost of the originals)

    I can clear up for you though that the early Countach used a different, 'rounder' front turn signal from an Alfa Alfetta (same as the tail lights), like this:



    Available from Chris Sweetapples' site highwoodalfa.com

    Then then later cars used the more angular lense'd Carello lights...

    Clarify the price please..

    Thanks, K9
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    Price is per pair. I added that to that web page.

    Rodney
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