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Steel billet grille or pony grille..which is nicer?

I was looking at a v6 (GT is just too much). Can I get opinions on what looks nicer.


The Steel billet grille, or the Pony grille with a grabber blue v6 premium.

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Honestly, I don't like the Pony grille one bit.
That said, the rest of the Pony Package is pretty neat.

I just installed the chrome billet grille from the 2011 GT/CS on mine - it looks fantastic. The swap is very easy.

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I like the pony grille. Looks classic. Check my photos on my profile if you want a look.

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I think the MCA grille looks "cooler" and probably even more so with Grabber blue. If you are going to mod the car then I think it would fit that look.

However, after saying that, I agree that the Pony grille looks more "retro" or "classic". That was more the look I was going for so it is what I ordered.

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I say go with the MCA grill, delete the stripes.
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Out of those two, I'd say steel billet. I actually prefer the base grill - all black with a chrome pony like in the commercials.
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I myself like the Pony Grill and the grill in the MCoA and California Special as well.
But here is my 2010 Grabber Blue Pony Package, at least you can see what it looks like.
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Definitely the Billet grille - it looks clean and has a more unique feel to it.

from a biased CS owner with a billet grille

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I ordered garabber blue with MCoA, because I didn't like the plastic look of the base grill, and find the pony grill looks like a mini GT grill, IMHO. The MCoA grill looks like something I would choose to buy and install anyway if Ford didn't offer it already.

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I myself like the Pony Grill and the grill in the MCoA and California Special as well.
But here is my 2010 Grabber Blue Pony Package, at least you can see what it looks like.


You car is very nice! Congrats!
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You car is very nice! Congrats!
Thanks, I was originally going to wait for the 2011's to come out but I saw that one and bought it a week or so later and never looked back.

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I played with the "customizer" last night.. damn this is fun:

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Billet Grille for sure!! I tried to order one at my dealership and the parts manager says there is no stock showing for North America!!! Any aftermarket choices for an 11 V6??

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