1986 cutlass sedan front nose

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Hey there new to the page , currently working on a 1986 cutlass sedan. Finding front clip parts are tough , and I do like the look of the 2 door cutlass front clips better. Anyone know if I’m going way too far into fabrication to make that work? Thanks
 
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Hey there new to the page , currently working on a 1986 cutlass sedan. Finding front clip parts are tough , and I do like the look of the 2 door cutlass front clips better. Anyone know if I’m going way too far into fabrication to make that work? Thanks
What’s up Yeg_scrapin! So I’m no expert, but from what most of the members on here have mentioned and my own research with others, we would have to change fenders, hood in order for the front clip/header to work. I have an 85 4 door myself.
 

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Yeah I wouldn’t mind staying with the front clip but it’s been proving easier to find 2 door cutlass parts. I’m just wondering if the fenders would directly swap over , looks like it would be more like fabricating the 2 and 4 door fenders but a 4 door with the 2 door nose cone and fenders would look pretty good.
 

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they won't change over... angles and length are different...
 
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