E&G CLASSICS® - Dual Weave Mesh Grille
Rated 96/100 based on 168 customer reviews
$105.00 In stock
Whether you want to completely restyle you vehicle or just start a DIY project, E&G Classics has everything you may need, from tiny yet super-shiny chrome accessories to the super-aggressive grilles. The company knows good that the growth and success depend on the customers' satisfaction, which is why E&G provides quality products that meet the most rigorous standards and all customer requirements. The result is predictable - for more than 35 years, E&G Classics holds position of the industry leader.
E&G CLASSICS® - Dual Weave Mesh Grille Installation video
Rated video: 9/10 based on 96 customer reviews
Thank you for this video! - by Harrison R., Jan. 12, 2013
5/ 5starsMe this video really helped install the product.
Interesting video! - by Sem Volkot, Jan. 12, 2013
5/ 5starsIn the video, there are mistakes! But by analogy to guess and install on your car!
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Grill - by Darryl O., October 30, 2012
4/ 5starsWhile my car was in the body shop having hail damage repairs I opted to change out my grill with the Dual Weave Mesh Grille from E&G Classics. The looks far exceeded my expectations and even the dealership body department people said how impressed they were with not only the look but the weight of the grill. I am really looking forward to getting the car back and getting out on the road with this new CTS-V look on my 2006 CTS. I can't review the quality yet, since my car isn't out of the body shop, but the looks are superior to what GM sent the car out to begin with.
Rolls-Royce is famous for arranging its grille bars by hand to ensure that they appear perfectly vertical. Other makers known for their grille styling include Bugatti's horse-collar, BMW's split kidney, Rover's chrome "teeth", Mitsubishi's forward swept, fighter aircraft-style grilles for their cars 2008 Lancer and Lancer Evo X, Dodge's cross bar, Alfa Romeo's six-bar shield, Volvo's slash bar, Audi's relatively new, so-called single-frame grille, Pontiac's split horizontal grille and an egg-crate grille on late-generation Plymouths. The unusual 1971 Plymouth Barracuda grille is known as a cheesegrater. Ford's three-bar grille, introduced on the 2006 Fusion, has become distinctive as well.
A billet grille is an aftermarket part that is used to enhance the style or function of the original OEM grille. They are generally made from billet, solid bar stock aircraft-grade aluminum, although some are CNC machined from one solid sheet of aluminum.
Customizers would alter the grille as a matter of course in personalizing their car, taking the grille bar from another make, for example. Even sheet metal with patterned holes for ventilation grating sold to homeowners for repair has been found filling the grille opening of custom cars.
In automotive engineering, a grille covers an opening in the body of a vehicle to allow air to enter. Most vehicles feature a grille at the front of the vehicle to protect the radiator and engine. Other common grille locations include below the front bumper, in front of the wheels (to cool the brakes), in the cowl for cabin ventilation, or on the rear deck lid (in rear engine vehicles).
Nowadays big grilles are primarily cosmetic. The grille is often a distinctive styling element, and many marques use it as their primary brand identifier. For example, Jeep has trademarked its seven-bar grille style.
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