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Garage Woolery GV Trim Rings RETURN!

  • High quality machined aluminum trim rings produced by Garage5.
  • These were first available as the legendary Garage Woolery Trim Rings and are reproduced by permission.
  • Fits all authentic Garage Vary Nostalgic Tail Light Panels. May not fit knock-offs.
  • Machined finish.
Go to my store to buy yours.



Originally produced by Garage Woolery. revlimiter.net was given permission to reproduce them.


Fits authentic Garage Vary Nostalgic lights with the Porter Cab housings installed. May not fit knockoffs. Will not fit without the Porter Cab lights in place.


A perfect reproduction of the original Garage Woolery trim rings. Produced by permission and machined by Garage5.



Initial sale price: $159 + shipping. And, unless something changes with production costs, the price will remain there. No price hike after the first weeks is planned or anything.

Many thanks to Garage5 for producing these. And a billion thanks to Mr Woolery for allowing these to be reproduced and granting me / revlimiter.net the rights.
 

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Even better is the price compared to previous runs, obviously they were more limited and thus cost more to do in smaller batches, but then again Adam usually finds a way to make his prices EXTREMELY competitive. :icon_cheers:
 

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These are now on the "buy list". Awesome work picking these up Adam!
Even better is the price compared to previous runs, obviously they were more limited and thus cost more to do in smaller batches, but then again Adam usually finds a way to make his prices EXTREMELY competitive. :icon_cheers:

Thank you both! I'm really happy about the price. Just about $100 lower than the original version. :D
 

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If anyone wants an anodized set and would be willing to wait, we could make one and ship it with next delivery to Adam. But it's probably easier and faster to have them anodized localy as Adam said :)
 

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Awesome work Adam!
 

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I would offer up my anodizer's services, but as I've mentioned on other threads... they destroy stuff. They destroy a lot of stuff. Rack marks everywhere and baked in swirl marks. It's horrible. About 20% of the stuff I bring them is not usable and minimum batch costs make single items hugely not affordable.

But they're the only place in town...
 
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