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Welcome to the forums from Texas. The recommended sources listed in post 3 are probably your best options. Most black emblems come in gloss black but I have seen the matte finish on some in cjpony for the V6 and V8 2017 Mustang. That's a nice gift for him.
 
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Welcome to the forums from Texas. The recommended sources listed in post 3 are probably your best options. Most black emblems come in gloss black but I have seen the matte finish on some in cjpony for the V6 and V8 2017 Mustang. That's a nice gift for him.
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American Muscle, CJ pony parts, lmr.com, etc
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Be careful of homemade 3D printer versions out there. Look for "official Ford licensed products", original equipment manufacturer ("OEM"), new old stock ("NOS") or verbage that would indicate the emblems are made to manufacturers standard or specifications.
Many examples of these emblems are ABS plastic and usually offer one or two ways to attach them. 1- using an attached emblrm adhesive tape (generally referred to as 3M tape). AND/OR 2 - pins that are put through drilled holes in the car part they are being affixed to. Some of the emblems are made so that these pins can be easily removed so those who don't have holes and doesn't feel comfortable making holes can just use the attached adhesive tape.

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Be careful of homemade 3D printer versions out there. Look for "official Ford licensed products", original equipment manufacturer ("OEM"), new old stock ("NOS") or verbage that would indicate the emblems are made to manufacturers standard or specifications.
Many examples of these emblems are ABS plastic and usually offer one or two ways to attach them. 1- using an attached emblrm adhesive tape (generally referred to as 3M tape). AND/OR 2 - pins that are put through drilled holes in the car part they are being affixed to. Some of the emblems are made so that these pins can be easily removed so those who don't have holes and doesn't feel comfortable making holes can just use the attached adhesive tape.

Happy shopping
Thank you!!! This was super helpful!
 
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