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  1. Greetings Journey owners, this is my first post. I am a Fiat 500 owner about to take delivery (in the US) of a low-mileage 2017 Journey GT, and as my wife and I are Fiat nuts (don’t laugh!) I would like to swap out the front grille, rear badge and steering wheel badge with their 2017 Fiat Freemont counterparts from either Europe or Australia. (The “FREEMONT” embossing on the Fiat tailgate probably necessitates an entire new tailgate, putting it out of my price range.) Does anyone happen to know a European or Australian parts website that would carry these things and ship to the US? I understand German and some Dutch and Italian, so some websites in those countries would be more helpful than, say, France. Thanks!
  2. Hey all, Saw this image posted by Robert from New Zealand. It shows the e-brake handle between the seats to the left of the center console. This looks aesthetically really good. I like it. Here in North America, we are given a peddle way off to the left of our feet and it is tucked up almost under the dash. You can't use the e-brake for any winter fun here - drifting I also notice it's a Dodge not a Fiat. I thought it was Fiat in the Australia / New Zealand part of our earth - guess not. http://www.dodgejourneyforum.com/gallery/image/1078-rhd/ Anyway, found it to be interesting and wonder why it is not this way here in Canada / USA. I would prefer it with the center console. Welcome to the forum Robert. Enjoy your new Black RT - looks really nice. Cheers
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