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Power Outlet Plugs - Got Pictures?

Hey Gang, I'm looking for pictures of MGWltd's Power Outlet Plugs. They have two that I'm interested in, the Deluxe 3D "GT" and the Deluxe 3D pony version.

I asked them to email me a profile pic of their Deluxe 3d plugs and it took them all week to respond that they weren't sure EXACTLY what I was looking for.

So, since they didn't bother to send any pictures, I'm hoping someone with one of their Power Outlet Plugs can post up a pic or two of the plug loose (on the counter or somewhere flat) on its side.

I can't tell how far the plug juts out from the dash when all they show on their site is a near head on shot of the face of the plug.

I hope to paint the sides of the plug and the face of it to match the look of the stock radio knob with its flat black sides and face and chrome ring. I think the plug will look great with the chrome 3D part surrounded in a flat black face with a chrome ring around it. I would like to see the plug from the side so I can guage how difficult a job that would be to accomplish the look I'm imagining if I decide to purchase one.

Thanks in advance for your help with this! ~Nate.

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Hope this works.Not too good on computers.The scale is in inches.Part sticking out is half inch.It is top quality piece.Has two "O" rings so stays in well and doesn't rattle.Sorry about other picture.I was trying it out trying to upload.Cars belong to friend of mine.Chrome is beautiful, just doesn't show in picture.

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Thanks kruzzzn! It looks like you figured out computers just fine!

Speaking of fine...NICE CAMAROS! Your friend has two awesome rides!

The plug is way shorter than I imagined it to be. I was sort of picturing the inserted part to be the length of a wine cork for some reason. The cap certainly is curved, I was hoping it was a bit flatter on the sides and that their photos were just an optical illusion because of a reflection on the chrome.

Hey, if it helps you, there's usually a button with a flower on it on digital cameras. It adjusts the camera's lense to focus on objects really close to the camera. If you press it before taking detail pictures like the one you took of your plug, it will allow the picture to come out super sharp!

Just don't forget to press it again to turn that feature off when you back away from the object and start to take pictures further away again. If you don't then those pictures will all be out of focus!

The question I have for you is...where's your 1969 Mustang vert in white with red racing stripes? And when are you gonna get pictures of all 4 cars together? That'd be a sight to see!

Thanks again for posting up the pics so quickly! ~Nate.

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Thanks for the info.I'll try it out.I wish on the 69 convertible.I had a 68 Camaro 20 years ago.It flew into a tree 12 ft. off the ground.Really TOTALED.Lucky oldest son was ok.

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Thanks,That does work neat.I didn't know how to use that feature.
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You're welcome bud, glad I could I help you back!

So you really wish that ejector button was the real deal on that old Camaro of yours eh? That sounds like quite the gravity demonstration for your boy's science project! A father that goes to such lengths for his children is highly commendable. Glad you both made it out safely.

I tried a similar experiment in 1994 with my 1987 EXP. It was an inertia versus friction test, coupled with yaw and roll. The conclusion was that black ice won out against tire traction, yaw is the direct result, and roll (all four times) is achieved when friction is regained.

Scratched my ear on a piece of glass, a few pinpricks on my knuckles, and a shattered sense of invulnerability. Though I did gain the knowledge that some ethereal being is looking out for me! ~Nate.
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I don't personally own one but my friends have the chrome gt plug on their V6 and it looks and feels great to the touch. That should've been a stock plug, and they are not even that expensive.

I'll probably be getting the GT black on chrome power outlet plug sometime in dec.

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my friends have the chrome gt plug on their V6
Oooooooo, way to light a fuse.

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I love MGW - don't hold anything against them, usually GREAT customer service.

Here's another option, picked this up off ebay.
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