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2005 - 2006 Mustang Smooth C-Pillar Scoop by Classic Design Concepts
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Description: Designed and Manufactured by CDC. The Smooth C-Pillar Scoop attaches using ¼” wide x 1.125mm thick 3M Acrylic Foam bonding tape and requires NO drilling. This high OE quality part compliments the high quality style of your 2005 - 2006 Mustang.

For more information visit Classic Design Concepts website.
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Registered: January 2006
Location: New Berlin
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Review Date: 3/31/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: they make the small triangular window disappear!
Cons: Huge Blindspot

I had my local Ford dealer paint these to match my satin silver '05 and I applied them myself. I think they look cool and now make it look almost like a first gen Shelby. Very easy to install but a huge blindspot is created reminding me of when I had my '73 Mach 1. Yeah, it's that big. Much worse than my '93 GT hatchback. Be careful backing up and crossing traffic when stuck in the median strip. Look, Look, and then Look again. They're fine as long as you LOOK carefully. My wife hates 'em. Darn, I guess she won't want to drive my car now. I'm so disappointed. :d
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