. . they were 1k compare to fake real carbon fiber stickers that cost $950. . . .
yep, there is a huge difference between $950 and $1K . . . but some might call it "rounding error" . . . LOL
. . . . Why would anyone buy $950 fake carbon fiber trim piece when you can get them for $100 or less.
According to the listing, it is not fake, it is real carbon fiber . . . and the tooling and material for that stuff is expensive. I guess maybe the TrueFiber ones were more "real" because they require you to remove and throw away the old panels . . . yeah maybe that's more "real" but it's also a lot more work for the same result.
I guess someone would pay that money if they really like carbon fiber, or if they are doing a super custom spare-no-expense build, or if they want to brag that their 'stang has the same carbon fiber as a million dollar Ferrari, or whatever . . . could be a million reasons why someone might do that; none of them are purely "rational."
If we were purely rational, we wouldn't be driving Mustangs at all; and we sure wouldn't replace our perfectly good factory wheels and tires with aftermarket ones, like EZ said.
That said -- my guess is, they haven't sold very many! They definitely won't be selling any to me, ha ha!