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Thought you all might like to see this.


Hello Erik

Thanks for your enquiry

Yes the Aussie Monaro is basically the same vehicle as the GTO except the
front bumper facia, exhaust and some other cosmetic parts.
We currently send parts to the USA, the U.K and the middle east where the
same vehicle (GTO - Monaro - Lumina SS - VXR Coupe) is sold.
The moulded mud spats/ mud flaps/ splash guard set (4) to suit your GTO is
$116 USD + freight approx $40 USD


Geoff Thuring

JHP Vehicle Enhancements
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Perez 1stLt Erik D" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 9:25 AM
Subject: Sales to America

> Good afternoon,
> I am a new and proud owner of a 2004 Pontiac GTO (Really a Holden!). While
> there are many companies here in the states to buy things for the motor,
> is nearly impossible to find quality aftermarket body and interior
> accessories. The sales volume is so low as to not really make it
> to make and sell the stuff. This leads me to three questions:
> 1) Are the American versions of the Holden still closely related enough
> that I could use the parts you sell on my GTO?
> 2) Do you have any problem selling to people here in the states? Other
> than shipping costs are their any import restrictions?
> 3) To start, I am very interested in mud flaps / splash guards for my
> car. It seems the finish of the paint is very soft and prone to chip
> quickly. I think a quality match set of splash guards would help greatly.
> Thank you for your time,
> Respectfully,
> Erik
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