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    Default Cougar rear on an 03?

    I've got an 03 zx2 with a blown engine that I've given up on fixing, and I'm going to be Honda swapping it once we finish building our shop. Along with the engine, the rear bumper is cracked. I'm not too mad because I don't really love the rear end on the ZX2 to begin with anyways. I was thinking about finding the rear fascia of a Cougar and putting the rear bumper, trunk, and tail lights on it. Is that all I'll need to get or am I going to need to get more body panels from one? If it needs more I might end up getting a whole Cougar parts car.

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    the parts wont line up. you would be better off fixing it or replacing it with a good one then getting a body kit with a rear that you like the looks of
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    Dude is this real life?

    Just sell the car as is, and buy a Honda.

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    Don't put a Honda in a Ford. Put a Mazda in it instead.
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    I sheet you knot. 2001 Honda Accord has a Ford instument cluster. Also notorious for faulty transmissions that year.

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