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Old 11-09-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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2002 Mustang Body Styling?

I was wondering if anybody knew if any company or anything make a widebody attachments for an 02 Mustang like the one on the Fast 5 Challenger below?

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I was leaning toward a wide body since I've done my cars front but the side looks a little plain and simple compared to my front. And I don't really want an entire bodykit.
Unless any ideas to make it look equal and not too crazy?
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I was wondering if anybody knew if any company or anything make a widebody attachments for an 02 Mustang like the one on the Fast 5 Challenger below?

I was leaning toward a wide body since I've done my cars front but the side looks a little plain and simple compared to my front. And I don't really want an entire bodykit.
Unless any ideas to make it look equal and not too crazy?
Just my opinion.. That challenger looks like ****. I don't even mind challengers but ew. Just get a body kit.. I know you said you don't want one but they can make your car look a lot nicer an less plain.
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:32 PM   #3
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I was wondering if anybody knew if any company or anything make a widebody attachments for an 02 Mustang like the one on the Fast 5 Challenger below?

I was leaning toward a wide body since I've done my cars front but the side looks a little plain and simple compared to my front. And I don't really want an entire bodykit.
Unless any ideas to make it look equal and not too crazy?
Here's one of the ones I think look the best.

http://www.andysautosport.com/ford/1...m09500794.html
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I actually like that lenger, but I would do a body kit maybe saleen
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:07 AM   #5
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Would getting some different side skirts give the car a better look to go with the front? It just feels plain having just the front done
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:11 AM   #6
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Some 03-04 cobra ones would be nice
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:16 AM   #7
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Aren't they about same as the regular mustang ones?
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Aren't they about same as the regular mustang ones?
no they are much cleaner looking
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:26 PM   #9
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Would you suggest I remove the mustang stripe and leave the car completely black or add some kind of vinyl?
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I like em cleaner so remove the stripes would be my opinion.
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Umm any idea how or what to use to remove it? Lol
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If their vinyl you can heat up a corner and start peeling away. Maybe some goof off
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Will the goof off damage the paint or anything?
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:09 AM   #14
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No it wont
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Suggestion. Completely black out my car including smoking emblems and little stuff or leave a bit of color to it?
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There's a guy on here I think names blackedout has his car all black. Look at his pics and see if you like it
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I think all black looks pretty sweet. I wanted to get an all black stang when I purchased mine about 6 months ago but found a deal on an 02 mineral gray I couldnt pass up. So now I am just blacking out as much as I can. The grey and black look good together though.
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Would plastidip work for my emblems? So in case it doesn't come out good or I don't like it I can take it off
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Yes it will. Just make sure you tape everything off well and pull tape off while it's still wet. That stuff is marvelous lol
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Can I add like a layer of clear coat just to make it shine alittle? Will that affect invade I want to take it off?
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Can I add like a layer of clear coat just to make it shine alittle? Will that affect invade I want to take it off?
From what I hear adding clear coat will make it a little bit harder to pull off. It will still come off just not as easily. Many have done it. Plasti dip makes their own gloss that's made for plasti dip. Keeps it easy to pull off.
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Can I add like a layer of clear coat just to make it shine alittle? Will that affect invade I want to take it off?
Ya what jetlife said is true instead of peeling of in one big piece it flakes into many little pieces
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I'm having a hard time finding plasti dip Lol
Oh by the way once sprayed onto emblem or anything, will There be any weather cause like fading or coming off or anything? Its starting to fog and rain now
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I'm having a hard time finding plasti dip Lol
Oh by the way once sprayed onto emblem or anything, will There be any weather cause like fading or coming off or anything? Its starting to fog and rain now
Just take it out of the rain and let it dry
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I'm having a hard time finding plasti dip Lol
Oh by the way once sprayed onto emblem or anything, will There be any weather cause like fading or coming off or anything? Its starting to fog and rain now
Home Depot has it, including most home improvement places.

Once it has sprayed and dried, nothing will peel it off except for you pretty much. Mine has gone through storms, high pressure washes, etc and hasn't effected it one bit.
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