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Old 09-30-2010, 05:27 PM   #41
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I have to say that some of them look nice, but at $134 I will have to pass.
Partly because I love the way my pony turned out when I simply sprayed it black. The front of my car is dark and ominous with the dark smoked headlights, blacked out pony, and black chin spoiler I have added. The Bullitts had blacked out corral around the pony to begin with, so now nothing on the front of my car is anything but DARK.
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Old 10-06-2010, 08:30 AM   #42
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I have to say that some of them look nice, but at $134 I will have to pass.
Partly because I love the way my pony turned out when I simply sprayed it black. The front of my car is dark and ominous with the dark smoked headlights, blacked out pony, and black chin spoiler I have added. The Bullitts had blacked out corral around the pony to begin with, so now nothing on the front of my car is anything but DARK.
Sounds awesome! We do quite a few blacked out grill emblem, side badges and rear caps.

If anyone is looking for a custom painted pony grill emblem, these are an awesome addition to your Stang!!!

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Old 10-06-2010, 09:33 AM   #43
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Nice I like the concept!
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Old 10-06-2010, 12:46 PM   #44
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Damn-more people are going to copy me emblem now, lol

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As long as they don't copy my custom trunk lid mat, lol.
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Old 10-06-2010, 02:04 PM   #45
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I love the skeleton one but $160.00?

Yer pretty proud of these ain't ya?
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Old 10-06-2010, 02:52 PM   #46
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I love the skeleton one but $160.00?

Yer pretty proud of these ain't ya?
I wish I could take credit for the painting.

Unfortunately not

We use a local airbrush artist here in Atlanta for our work.

They are really nice! He makes some good cash too...

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Damn-more people are going to copy me emblem now, lol

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As long as they don't copy my custom trunk lid mat, lol.


Looks great!!!

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Old 10-07-2010, 10:43 AM   #48
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I wish I could take credit for the painting.

Unfortunately not

We use a local airbrush artist here in Atlanta for our work.

They are really nice! He makes some good cash too...

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So each one is custom made? I suppose that's a point of value. The skeleton is all me all the way.

What ensured durability of the paint (since it'll be on the front line of wind erosion)
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So each one is custom made? I suppose that's a point of value. The skeleton is all me all the way.

What ensured durability of the paint (since it'll be on the front line of wind erosion)
Yep. They hand paint each one. It takes 10-14 days to paint and dry for shipment.

They use multiple layers of clear coat after the airbrushing is complete. have sold hundreds of these over the last 4 years and have not had one customer come back with an issue of chipping.

You will definitely like it!

Skeleton is the top seller.

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Old 10-07-2010, 10:58 AM   #50
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Yep. They hand paint each one. It takes 10-14 days to paint and dry for shipment.

They use multiple layers of clear coat after the airbrushing is complete. have sold hundreds of these over the last 4 years and have not had one customer come back with an issue of chipping.

You will definitely like it!

Skeleton is the top seller.

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you got to be crazy to spend $160 on a painted piece of plastic... haha.

There is a saying though, there is a sucker born every second
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you got to be crazy to spend $160 on a painted piece of plastic... haha.

There is a saying though, there is a sucker born every second
Thanks for the feedback... Definitely expensive for some.

I have the $29 overlays also available for those that don't want to swing for the custom painted emblems.

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Thanks for the feedback... Definitely expensive for some.

I have the $29 overlays also available for those that don't want to swing for the custom painted emblems.

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just givin' ya a hard time man, if you have sold 100's of them, i'm sure you could care less what I think about them... I'm sure your makin a killing haha.

every man has his price!
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just givin' ya a hard time man, if you have sold 100's of them, i'm sure you could care less what I think about them... I'm sure your makin a killing haha.

every man has his price!
No worries Our painters are making a killing for sure!!! Us, not so much.

It's about 2 to 1 with customers going the overlay route vs the full blown airbrushed version.

I'll have to post up some of the engine work. it rocks!!!

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These are an awesome addition to your Stang!!!

Custom Grill Emblems for your 1994-2010 Mustang

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Thanks!

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Here are a few custom projects our painters have done for the Mustang Engine Bay

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Old 10-18-2010, 10:19 PM   #56
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those cobra emblems are pretty sick.. sure it's a lot of coin but sometimes it's those little details that can set the car off and far apart from the group.
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:16 AM   #57
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Well I'm not trying to be a we we head towards you guys..... but come on. 135$-160$ for a painted grill emblem....are you guys sniffin glue. Those same exact emblems were sold for around 40$ by another company awhile back, and I still think people get them for around that and they are identical to those.
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Those emblems are awesome. The 134 isnt for the emblem, its to pay for the craft involved. Some of these look extremely detailed. Btw, the under hood work you guys do looks great, nice cobra emblems too.
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Those emblems are awesome. The 134 isnt for the emblem, its to pay for the craft involved. Some of these look extremely detailed. Btw, the under hood work you guys do looks great, nice cobra emblems too.
I wish I could take credit for the workmanship but our painters do a GREAT job!

Not cheap but they are all hand painted so the artists definitely need to get paid

Sold a ton of them here on the forum so if anyone else is interested check them out

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Old 10-21-2010, 12:42 PM   #60
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Any chance you will get Grabber Blue base color any time soon? I keep checking back every time you post.
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