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  1. BTW: These cars are rarely, if ever, priced or value calculated properly as the VIN by default returns Mustang GT. This is a specialty car, unfortunately not one that commands a lot of attention or focus so I'm not aware of any site that provides what you're looking for. Someone else might have a better idea.
  2. Sorry have been busy and not on. Contrary to what you might think is common sense just throwing "cold" air, which really isn't cold, into the bay isn't always good thing. These are not cars of the 60's. These are carefully designed and calibrated cars that are made to perform well under a set of expected conditions. You change any of those in an appreciable way without knowing the implications and allowing for any broader incremental adjustments that are needed, and you are taking a risk. We had owners do just as you are describing who had stall issues. More air is not always a good thin
  3. It's worth what ever someone is willing to pay for it. That said you can keep an eye on ebay and other sites to see what the asking and selling prices are etc. I would also remove the airbag cover, keep or sell separately, as you will not get the value out of that that can be had selling alone. IMHO!
  4. Again, no disrespect to my friend Jim, but what makes anyone think opening it up is at all "functional"? For me, for something to be functional, it needs to provide a clear benefit and as far as I'm concerned there is absolutely no benefit to a bunch of wind and debris flowing into the engine bay and brings the potential for headaches and other issues. IMHO! I suppose while you are at it you could cut the rear quarter panels and the fake break ducts and make those "functional too. Though as I think about it, on the track they just might be! As I always say do was you like,
  5. Sorry quick interjection, so many reports on this thread, so let me help! It’s Walmart. Hasn't been WalMart in over 20 years. Carry on!
  6. They are wheels (Black or brushed silver) that could be ordered with any Mustang. Have you checked with your local Ford dealer? There may be some available still from Ford. f not keep an eye on Ebay etc., such as: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Mustang-2006-2007-2008-2009-18-Factory-OEM-Wheel-Rim-7R3Z1007B/333507785781? or https://www.ebay.com/itm/18-FORD-MUSTANG-WHEEL-RIM-FACTORY-OEM-3648-2006-2009-POLISHED/184160825427?
  7. I’d just take it to the best body shop in your area. Sure PITA but not a big deal.
  8. 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
  9. 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! 🤷🏻‍♂️
  10. 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...
  11. This is some of them, in Gurnee back in the old days (2007)...gosh I miss them!
  12. 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.
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