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Chardy

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I've got a 2009 Commdore International Series 1.

Just wondering if I upgrade my front bar to another badge (i.e. calais/SS/SV6) would I need new sideskirts to match??

I just want to make sure it looks flush
 

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I'm pretty sure the Calais bar looks similar to the Omega/Berlina but is different in terms of where the grille sits (deeper curve).

The SS/SV6 bars are different again because they are larger and you would need side skirts/rear bar to match.
 

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if upgrade to calais bar, you need headlights and guards

Calais guards, lights, bar and bonnet = 5k new unpainted give or take.
 

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I upgraded my Omega series II to a ss bar (has to be series II also because the lights and bar sit A LOT different).
Looks **** without side skirts. You will also need new grills and chrome surrounds. I bought an aftermarket one for 300 on Ebay and it looks great.

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Skirts are around $100 a pair from holden and the local painter did the whole lot for $200.
 

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I did also get wheels, tint, sound system and i dyna-matted it.
 
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