Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Near Idyllwild, California
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Correct TS. But it does require tearing the whole back side out of the car, then detaching the colored/painted part, and as stated putting screws in it. I have my old one laying around and it seemed it had an outline of the Saturn badge, but could be wrong. I don't remember the Mallett having an outline for the arrow head. I put the car in storage and hardly ever looked at it once it was done. Really wished it had an automatic in it. I most likely would not have sold it. On that note, we seem to be moving towards and LS7 going into the donor car for the wife's daily driver. Almost finished with it and got it smogged yesterday. Bluestone with black interior and black top, looks a thousand percent better. Still not a fan, but a massive improvement.
Mike that requires changing the front bumper to do it right or a lot of body work. I did locate an inner fender for the drive side that went with the Opel, but was way too much money. Looked for the rear and front bumper, but again the prices were not that bad, but the shipping killed you.
I just shaved the rear bumper to fit the Opel logo, but did not like the looks of it on the car so never put the rear Opel blitz on. I still have it. It is different than a flat one. A lot of angles coming together to fit where it goes.