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They don't have any mustags on display but can can get several ideas on how to do yours.
This kit was developed with advice from Ford designers, and looks dead on for the show car. It isn't cheap, but the look will get stares just like the show car did.
As for which manufacturers to buy from, I'd avoid Cervini and the other off-brands. First tier suppliers like CDC, Saleen, and Roush are the best bets, though this Xenon kit looks to be their attempt to break into the top ranks.
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