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Talby

A2OC Donor
Wasn't that called Polo Match ? I remember seeing one of those years ago , obviously the colour scheme didn't take off lol .
Like 'Littlepixel' said, it's the Polo Harlequin.

I think they were and are great.
If my memory serves me right, each panel had a special stamp so you can tell if it's genuine or someone just faking.
 

Louisp

Member
Been forwarded this post from Steve and I’m interested in doing my A2 as it’s getting some wear and tear on the arches and front bonnet and bumper.
 

Jock

Member
Do the side strips not come off? I have a red A2 and a black one and was toying with the idea of putting the red strips, mirrors and bonnet vents on the black one.
 

A2Steve

A2OC Donor
Do the side strips not come off? I have a red A2 and a black one and was toying with the idea of putting the red strips, mirrors and bonnet vents on the black one.
They do, but are stuck on and are damaged by the removal
 

Jeetesh

Member
Like 'Littlepixel' said, it's the Polo Harlequin.

I think they were and are great.
If my memory serves me right, each panel had a special stamp so you can tell if it's genuine or someone just faking.
Indeed it was a Polo Harlequin and based on a Match. You’re also right about the special stamp on each panel to check if genuine. There is one floating around Yorkshire having seen it a few times, it does look like it’s been washed in fairy liquid a few times as the colour scheme has faded.

Personally I’ve never warmed to it and Polos don’t seem to be as cherished compared to A2’s, harlequin included!
 
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