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Old 08-01-2019, 00:17
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Default Repro headlight loom plug

I have done a few things for the sierra cosworths but not done anything for my escort mk2. So here goes:
mk2 escort headlight loom plug



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Hi
There look great will you be selling them.

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At some point i will. Currently finishing off a blade fuse box conversion for the mk2
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Bloody great idea. Let me know whenís that done
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Got sidetracked with the fuse box











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Looking good, great effort and good to see something with retro looks and modern components as it wonít look out of play in the bay but will be far more reliable than a ceramic fuse
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With the cover on it looks like the ford one
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