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Everything posted by JeffIsHereToo

  1. I’d just take it to the best body shop in your area. Sure PITA but not a big deal.
  2. They charge about $100 for each listing after the first. So unless you sell it can start to add up. I just went through this “surprise” invoice they auto renewed over a month but only invoice monthly. I might be open to selling sone of my cars but haven’t found a place that doesn’t charge $$$. So please post if you know one! https://www.ebay.com/help/selling/fees-credits-invoices/fees-selling-vehicles-ebay-motors?id=4127
  3. Like other items such as a rear spoiler, it was however available as pre-ship modshop order. But you needed to work it out with your dealer and SAI to buy your car first. I have the old menu of additional options and prices somewhere. It’s here too...someplace! 🤷🏻‍♂️
  4. I love the lights, given I don’t track the car, and it just looks OEM and well done. That said mine are the 12 year old versions so...
  5. This is some of them, in Gurnee back in the old days (2007)...gosh I miss them!
  6. I went with the KR/V6 spoiler. To me it was the perfect balance visually with the lower front air damn but not as in your face as the GT500.
  7. You could order a rear deck spoiler from SAI as part of a mod but not from Ford. They aren’t a difficult install and many owners added them. Some the V6/KR, GT, or GT500 like yours. When done well, again like yours, they look great! As for the holes (four) I would discuss options with a local body shop. Not my fav version but it does look nice! Good luck!
  8. I think if anyone can, and wants a GT500, with a great warranty and parts available for at least 7 years, with great 3rd party support there after, I’d wait till 2022 or so and pick up a slightly used GT500 for a lot less. I agree with you on these prices. These cars are still Mustangs and there are far better overall cars in these price ranges. Learn from those who paid ADM in 2007.
  9. Nice photos! I wonder if a PDF version of the SGT Book, where there are many more along with interesting bits of history, could be made available. 🤔
  10. Let’s hope the upper follows shortly. This is a nice add-on but the upper grill a necessity. I have the lower grill but I’d invest in a spare upper grill just in case! The lower you can do without, the upper, not so much.
  11. Any resolution on this? Interested to know the process now.
  12. Unless you track your car this again is for looks. Nothing wrong with that! But the old brake duct install wasn’t a walk in the park by any means so unless you’re hitting the track I just don’t see it being worth the effort.
  13. That oil consumption is certainly not normal but you posted this in the wrong car area. I’ll move to the GT500 discussion area and maybe someone there will have some insight into potential causes. Sood luck!
  14. I never turned mine on other than to check them out. The color and intensity didn’t match the headlights and looked all wrong. I kept them installed for looks but as lights, especially with their habit of slightly tilting up or down over time made for a less than ideal situation.
  15. There nothing particularly unique about these stripes that any good auto graphics shop can’t duplicate. I replaced mine and dare you to tell the difference and I’m anal about it.
  16. Try these? Bullet sounded a lot like an SGT and they seem to be essentially the same. https://www.jegs.com/i/Ford+Racing/397/M-5230-GTB/10002/-1?mrkgcl=1239&mrkgadid=3328195133&adpos=1o2&creative=330726016718&device=m&matchtype=&network=g&jegspromo=nonbrand&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgfD84rbT4gIVCdVkCh1NaQBMEAQYAiABEgIosPD_BwE
  17. I can’t access the PN right now but Ford May have changed something with these. They sounded great but the issue you had was common as was broken hangers. They were really problematic.
  18. If you don't mind it not saying "Shelby GT" here are some inexpensive options: http://www.cobranda.com/19shwhcapde.html http://www.cobranda.com/19shsebede.html
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