Stongard source?

Gary Anderson wanemardo at
Wed Nov 19 22:26:27 PST 2008

I Googled Stongard, and found a phone number, and since it's a local call
for me, I called and got a "disconnected" phone number. Sooo, I'd think they
are out of the business...?  
I can drive by their old office location if anyone is interested, as I will
be in that area of town tomorrow anyway.  If I do, will post a note...

Yes, the headlight covers are much thicker, and the US DOT covers are not
the right size, and have the two obnoxious holes at the bottom.  Had the DOT
covers for a while, and had a rock hit crack a lense when the rock hit an
unprotected edge.
With the Stongard Google search, there were some hits for other suppliers of
the 3M product Stongard used.  I also recall from conversations in their
office, they had someone else cutting the "kits", and took a while to my
correct Euro headlight covers delivered.
Hope this helps...  Gary A...

-----Original Message-----
From: 200q20v-bounces at [mailto:200q20v-bounces at] On
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Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 9:07 PM
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Subject: Re: Stongard source?

I believe the stuff to do the headlights, like the precut Stongard I have on
my other eurolights, is much thicker than the stuff they use for hoods.
I'll check it out though.  Thanks for the heads ups.


On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 9:55 PM, <PeterBergin at> wrote:

>  You guys can probably buy the material for $15 at an automotive trim
> shop.  I bought enough to do my hood 8 years ago for $25.  The hood and
> fender fronts took less than an hour to do.  I think the lights would be a
> lot less.
> Pete, 91 Avant
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