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Can you directly swap a front end fenders hood lights bumper of a 95 Honda civic on to 00 Honda civic?

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2006-07-20 01:05:39
2006-07-20 01:05:39

No, they are different. Out of curiousity why would you want to? I could understand the opposite though.

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