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MrSteele

Check with McNichols for something close. I bought perforated metal from them for my Landlord. I am going to remake my grill that was abused by the PO with a set of GTO backup lights for head lights. They might have been great, but being cut into the grille was/is not what I want. I have been buying grating and perforated metal from McNichols for years

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