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    badge removal?

    does any1 have any pics of a mk5 estate with the vaux badge on the tailgate removed?i dont want to take it of and then prefer it on.what do you think do they look better without the big badge.i no its personal choice but advice appreciated.its lightning silver and im thinking of getting front grill and rear strip sprayed black so the badge mite look odd.

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    personally i prefer them with the badge on, just looks like a massive empty plain area with it taken off and always looks like something is missing/something should be there

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    i agree with Walker, Take the name and model badges of but leave the Griffin on the back, I will be doing it on mine. Mines lightning silver but a sporthatch. There is a sporthatch the same as mine round the corner from me and he has totally debabdged it, doesn't look right imo.

    Why not get a spare badge and get it sprayed black as well?!
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    yea thanks,did think it might look abit plain,if i decide to get the strip in black i will do the griffin badge to.cheers guys

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