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Old 11-04-2011, 09:30 PM   #1
nahr123
 
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Vehicle: 2006, ford, mustang gt coupe
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Default 2006 Mustang Gt Nose Assembly replacement

Was there any changes made to the front of the chassis (cowl area forward) from 05-09 to 10 model year Mustang GT?

If they are identical it should be a perfect fit right?

I found a good deal on a front end structure from a 2010 GT model year.

The reasen I'm asking is because I rear ended a car and then hit a pole. So basically my whole LH(DRIVER) side needs replacing. The LH inner and outer apron assembly, radiator core support, hood etc.

Any insights?
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