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Old 05-17-2010, 03:04 PM   #21
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these are so hot they will burn a hole right through your wallet!! literally!!
That is funny!

They are definitely not cheap!

Tell you what.

We have some nice ones for your color mustang.

Order one and if you don't think it is worth the money send it back. I'll even give you the money to send it back

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Old 05-17-2010, 03:12 PM   #22
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Nice pieces, and lol at the confederate one.
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:28 AM   #23
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These are an awesome addition to your Stang!!!

Custom Grill Emblems for your 1994-2010 Mustang









If you are interested in one check us out.

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Thanks!

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Thanks for the orders guys!!!

I have posted a few of the pictures you all have sent in. We appreciate it!

Turnaround time is running about 2 weeks but they are worth the wait.

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Old 08-11-2010, 09:35 AM   #24
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Those are so redneck it's unbelievable. I would expect the person driving a car with one of those on it to be wearing a denim jacket with a big dragon on the back of it and a 2" wide gold chain.
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Those are so redneck it's unbelievable. I would expect the person driving a car with one of those on it to be wearing a denim jacket with a big dragon on the back of it and a 2" wide gold chain.
Um....I don't know what kind of rednecks you have met, but you sir, are confused. Thats like 3 separate denominations in one...Chuck Norris, Bruce Lee, and Mr. T all in one..

That aside, these are quality pieces, and though most of us would not spend the money on them, it does not mean that they are not a very attractive design. Whoever is airbrushing these has some serious talent.
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:11 PM   #26
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Oh, there's many different varieties of redneck!!
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:14 PM   #27
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I'd say these look more tacky than redneck...esp for the price.

I can take the pony on my car, paint over it, and save a lot of money than buying those things...
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i think a few of them look pretty cool actually...they look well done. i just don't have money for that kind of thing.
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Several of them look very nice! Don't get me wrong, they mostly fit on a show car due to the styling, but you cannot possibly deny the quality of the paint. That is done by hand! The artist/s are skilled, no two ways about it. It's just not economical for most of us...
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Several of them look very nice! Don't get me wrong, they mostly fit on a show car due to the styling, but you cannot possibly deny the quality of the paint. That is done by hand! The artist/s are skilled, no two ways about it. It's just not economical for most of us...
Definitely not cheap!

Not sure about redneck (well maybe this one)



A lot of these probably go on show Mustangs but we also get a ton of orders for the stars and stripes from Mustang owners in the service



They also do side badges, plenum covers and fuel rail covers if you are looking to upgrade the look under the hood!


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