If you have the 1990 grill and want the 1988 grill I will swap with you. I believe there are a few other parts needed, but nothing too dificult. Mine is in great shape, but I could easily sand it smothe and take it to the chromer and have it looking better than new. Let me know.Kylefire5 said:will the grill of a Legend like this one http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998...oryZ5336QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem bolt on to a 1990 legend coupe?
There is a big difference in the grills. The pre 1990 grils are mounted between the headlights. The 1990 grill is mounted to the hood. I do not remember if you have to swap the hood to do this, but I am willing to make sure that all parts are properly transfered. I do know that all this information is available with a search, but I am not up to that this evening.Kylefire5 said:are there already holes to bolt it on or do will i have to drill into my radiator
ahhh..I see now.....just get some touch up paint !Kylefire5 said:i got my car painted about a year ago it was not a high dollar job so the paint used for that piece does not bond to plastic or bend so it just chips off you can see here
You are correct....the front holes are the same along the edge of the hood and my body shop had to fabricate special brackets for the the 2 rear supports of the grille.Akurit said:i have a 90 but i needed a new hood so i got an 89 hood but i wanted to keep the 90 look so i had to rivot some metal so i could attach the grill to something the 89 hood doesnt seem to be the exact same as a 90 as if its missing spots to support the grill.