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Front bumper type???

I am trying to find my front bumper grill inserts and fog lights for it, but I have a hard time to figure out what type is my bumper. I know it comes from 2004 model and it kind of looks like Cobra type, but I am unsure. Here is the pic if anyone can help that would be awesome!!!

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Wow, I've honestly never seen that one before. Actually looks good, which is saying a lot from a guy who normally detests all of the non-oem style bumpers.

Anyway, I think you're on your own with that one, just have to find some fogs you like and make 'em work.



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From what i can see in the pics-looks like a factory style 01-04 Gt fog light will fit it.


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Almost looks like some one did a good job at modifying the stock bumper, what does it look like on the back side were the fogs go? is there any diy fiberglass work?

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Well it looks like it was properly moulded in a press no DIY here. The only problem is that I am not sure how to get proper fogs that will fit there and also I would like to put some sort of black mesh or grill on the main air vent as now you can see through. Plenty of spares and extras for regular bumper, but non for mine..lol
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Looks like it has the Mach 1 grille delete. That opening is the same for all model Mustangs from 99-04. The lower portion looks like the terminator lower grille, but the fog holes are shaped different. I do like it though...

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I have seen that once before on a white mustang somewhere before.
http://www.focustuning.com/images/mu...mper_large.jpg
then again the middle air dam seems wider..

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What are the two black spots in the center cutout? They look like the factory supports that were cutout.

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My god, that bumper is the offspring of a cobra and gt..

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^ and damn it looks good
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It's pretty funny we all like it but have no idea what it is lol

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I do agree that it looks like GT meets Cobra and they had some good times together...lo"
I phoned around and JMS shop who specializes in Mustangs told me he will have to do custom fit for the mesh and foglights. But he said he likes the bumper too although he never saw one like this before...weirddd!
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here is a better view of the front;
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