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2010 Mustang Striping Options

ok looking for input on an accent for my stripe, I currently have dual flat black over the top stripes. they do not extend onto the bumpers so i want to get that fixed soon, and i saw this:
2010 Ford Mustang GT Diecast Car Model 1/18 Convertible Silver Die Cast Car "Pro Rodz" by Maisto

what do you guys think of the red in between the black?

thats one option, and the other i'm looking at is the reverse C-stripe in flat black on the sides.
MUSTANG REVERSE C-STRIPE KIT 2010

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Dude... Totally the red. That is super sweet looking.


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Sorry... Not really diggin the colored stripe in between the wide ones. One scheme that does look absolutely killer is the 10" wide Shelby stripes, outlined by 1/8" pin stipes of a different color (black stripes with thin red pins, for example)

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The red is pretty sweet but if you dont have any other red it might look out of place. Personally i would go with the C stripes. Give the side of your car soem attention to

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The red is pretty sweet but if you dont have any other red it might look out of place. Personally i would go with the C stripes. Give the side of your car soem attention to
the brake calipers are red, but i think i was leaning towards the C Stripes anyways, they are a more classic look i think.

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Sorry... Not really diggin the colored stripe in between the wide ones. One scheme that does look absolutely killer is the 10" wide Shelby stripes, outlined by 1/8" pin stipes of a different color (black stripes with thin red pins, for example)
there's a black DUB edition that goes to school here (Ga. Southern Univ.), it has red pinstriped that go along the sides, then cut across the front of the hood and turn back up the center to outline where a stripe would be. it looks amazing, if i get the chance i'll grab a pic of it. i dont know how well i described it lol

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