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Removing GT badges

I am thinking about removing the GT badges and replacing them. Does anyone know if there are mounting holes or are they just stuck on?


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yup there are mounting holes.

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what are you replacing them with?
 
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they will look and fit perfect great choice!

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Are those listed as the 1964-1966 & 1967 - 1968
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I saw a Black 05 GT in the Parking Spot lot today that had the exact same thing done. GT badges removed and the old pony badges added. It looked sharp.

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I used the emblems from mustangs unlimited. Item #3150PR running horse 65/07

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I wonder when someone will make a set of badges in black chrome...both GT & Pony emblem would look cool like that.
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what are you replacing them with?
I saw some Tri-Bar Pony emblems just like that with 4.6 on top just like the old 289 units at Colorado Mustang.I've really considered installing them.

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replace GT emblems,
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I went ahead and ordered the Tri-Bar ponies. Next is the rear badge. When I find something I like anyway.
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Rebadging was one of the first things I did to my GT!

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Rebadging was one of the first things I did to my GT!

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You may have posted this elsewhere, but where did you pick those up?

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You may have posted this elsewhere, but where did you pick those up?
After much searching, I came across Thomas Luscher @ <[email protected]> who makes custom emblems. I saw that he had a chrome set of numbers and enquired about getting a custom set of 281s for my stang. After a few emails back and forth he made me a set and even went so far as matching the red inset to the stripe I have on my car. They aren't exactly cheap, but the quality is top notch, and they def turn heads.

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