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My Progress So Far

Took some time and got Lucille all cleaned up yesterday, and decided to snap some pictures today. My exterior mod list so far includes:

Gen5 taillights
Plasti-dipped trunk panel
8" antenna
Smoked turn signal and side marker lenses
LED bulbs in all sockets
Side scoops
OPT7 Fluxbeam headlights and fogs - HIGHLY reccomend!!

I still want to get a CDC painted chin spoiler, silverhorse racing window louvers, Cobra-R hood, Supersnake wheels, a billet grille if I can figure out how to mount my fogs behind it, and I'm debating on matte black 10" stripes.

I'm pretty happy with how it's coming along so far.


ETA ugh....sorry the pics are flipped guys.
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Looking good!

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I love the look of the plastidip on the trunk panel.

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I love the look of the plastidip on the trunk panel.
Thanks! It's a little more textured than what I wanted but it was my first time using the stuff and it was too cold to be doing it really. It sprays and sets up a bit different than paint so there's a bit of a learning curve.

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Looks great! Personaly I'D go with the COBRA roadster hood like mine. It's from trufiber and I got it at www.cruzinconceptswholesale.com.
AND it's functional


My chin spoiler is from 3D Carbon

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The roadster hood doesn't change the look very much from stock IMO. I've always liked the cowl hoods on Mustangs which is why I'm looking into the Cobra R hood or maybe a Trufiber A49-3 3" cowl hood.

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IMO the Cobra Roadster Hood looks more like the '65/'66 Shelby hood

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I agree with your cowl hood theory. I like em too. I might slap a 4" cowl hood on mine as soon as I'm done putting money "under" the hood. Lol

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20% tint, smoked markers and tail lights w/sequentials. Clear front signal covers, series 3 chin spoiler.
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I agree with your cowl hood theory. I like em too. I might slap a 4" cowl hood on mine as soon as I'm done putting money "under" the hood. Lol
Yeah I've actually only got a few more bolt ons I want to get under the hood. Then I'll focus more on cosmetic stuff. Cams, FR Intake Manifold, FR 62mm throttle body, long tubes, and underdrive pulleys. After that I'll probably look into an exedy clutch and flywheel, and a 1 piece driveshaft. Then on to suspension lol. Ugh it never stops!

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