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haha, I got the grill delete and you got the chin spoiler... Texasmustang.com has the grille delete pretty cheap; but the pony is back ordered 2 wks :-/
 

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cool, my g/f ordered the grill delete through her father because he owns a salvage yard and what not and he got it from ford for 50 i think just missing the delete he has the pony.
 

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The chin spoiler looks great. I want one for my 'Stang. Did you do the install yourself? If so, how much trouble was it (how much drilling is required, etc.)? I love that the chin spoiler stays black and isn't supposed to be matched to the body color - just like in the early '70s. Really gives a classic look to the car.
 

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JB02GT said:
The chin spoiler looks great. I want one for my 'Stang. Did you do the install yourself? If so, how much trouble was it (how much drilling is required, etc.)? I love that the chin spoiler stays black and isn't supposed to be matched to the body color - just like in the early '70s. Really gives a classic look to the car.
literally took the pictures less than 30 min after i installed it. just lift car up a bit, get some masking tape to hold the chin spoiler up (works better with 2 people) align it, and get 1/4in drill bit and drill out the holes matching to the location to them in the chin spoiler. mine came with those plastic fasteners (push pops).

Anyhow yea its really easy.
hopefully grill delete comes soon.
later
 

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JB02GT said:
The chin spoiler looks great. I want one for my 'Stang. Did you do the install yourself? If so, how much trouble was it (how much drilling is required, etc.)? I love that the chin spoiler stays black and isn't supposed to be matched to the body color - just like in the early '70s. Really gives a classic look to the car.
--- http://www.fordmuscle.com/archives/2004/07/Project01GT/
 

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Chin spoiler looks great; have one laying on the floor waiting to get installed.
Where did you get the stripes for your car?
 

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meatball said:
Chin spoiler looks great; have one laying on the floor waiting to get installed.
Where did you get the stripes for your car?
hey i bought my car like that, but the ones on side (rocker stripe i put on g/f got those from ebay) um but i did get a replacement because i had to restripe it in the trunk and roof
here is a good link
http://www.stang-graphics.com/racingstripes.html

and i this is where i got mine
http://www.colebrothers.com/graphics/stripes.html
but i never replaced the scoop because it say GT on it and i couldnt find where that came from.

( you can see a little of the GT on this pic)
http://www.geocities.com/jrpr11/images/felipesgt/DSC01066.JPG
 

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Update... I got the pony for the delete today.. btw.. texas mustang has the kit.. for 46.95 the bracket and pony... I can't decide if i want the chin spoiler.. not sure if the black would go with my sonic blue and chrome bullits...
 

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xxkazp3rxx said:
Update... I got the pony for the delete today.. btw.. texas mustang has the kit.. for 46.95 the bracket and pony... I can't decide if i want the chin spoiler.. not sure if the black would go with my sonic blue and chrome bullits...
i know this isnt the exact color and rims but its kinda close

this is what blue gt with grill/spoiler would look like
http://www.geocities.com/jrpr11/0000000bluegrill.jpg
 
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