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Depends on what you're really going for man. First off, lose the dent strip on the doors. Since you have a budget I'd go with some clear front turnsignals, a shorty antenna and a different grille. $300 can get you a number of things soooo do some research, I'm sure you'll find some ideas...
2012 Kona Blue 5.0
ROUSH Axlebacks, JLT Oil Seperator,CDC Classic Chin
Airaid Race CAI: BAMA Tuned
Kona Blue Mustang Registry: #10
Originally Posted by Hootna
So down here they say " Dont mess with Texas " but you dont want to F@$# with California..LOL..
Originally Posted by Nuke
You mentioned that you installed a TB spacer. Now nobody will speak to you.
Do you all think that a spoiler (just a normal Mustang Spoiler) would look nice? I found one for around $100 on a website (cant remember which website). Also, how about the tri-bar pony emblems on the side? I think I could get these things bought/installed for under $135-$150. I know a guy who does a lot of work on cars and he's really cheap.
Yep, i love my spoiler. Id definatley get rid of those door dent stripes. Get some dental floss or fishing line and run it behind the strip and it should come off...and use some goop off to get the rest of the sticky off
Love the HP White!!!
2014 black Mustang5.0 track package, Recaros.
Roush axle back
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