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Old 08-06-2013, 06:50 AM   #1
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Pretty much got it for free

What you guys think?
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i love it!!! i feel like it kinda needs the black spoiler though with that but it looks amazing !! btw if u ever
get rid of those wheels let me know bro i LOVE THEM !!!
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i love it!!! i feel like it kinda needs the black spoiler though with that but it looks amazing !! btw if u ever
get rid of those wheels let me know bro i LOVE THEM !!!
Thanks , yeah I have my spoiler .. I just like to change it up every couple week lol
I will,
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Thanks , yeah I have my spoiler .. I just like to change it up every couple week lol
I will,
im the same way bro lol. always going back and forth with my stock red spoiler or my black spoiler i had on my v6 or wingless
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im the same way bro lol. always going back and forth with my stock red spoiler or my black spoiler i had on my v6 or wingless
Post a recent pic of your stang !
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thats how she sits right now. i posted my wheels on craigs in SA see if i get any new offers .
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I am in love with your rims, if I wind up with a Mach I am going to hardcore look for a set but IIRC they are hard to get nowadays. The louvres also look right at home on an Edge. Get that Cobra front bumper on already!

Actually I hope you have it hung up and are giving it a good 2-3 weeks to dry completely. Ever tried to remove a wing that someone just painted and bolted right on the next day? Ugh...
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I am in love with your rims, if I wind up with a Mach I am going to hardcore look for a set but IIRC they are hard to get nowadays. The louvres also look right at home on an Edge. Get that Cobra front bumper on already!

Actually I hope you have it hung up and are giving it a good 2-3 weeks to dry completely. Ever tried to remove a wing that someone just painted and bolted right on the next day? Ugh...
Lol thanks I've been seeing a couple guys with mach 1s letting go of their rim set up like this.

Guess they want something new , but man they are real hard to find .. Trust me I've looked hard.
Yeah Iam I should get the bezels & fogs this wed or Thursday ,
I just picked up these louvers & a 2004 cobra rear bumper already shaved so I'm going to be dropping that off for paint soon as well.
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I am in love with your rims, if I wind up with a Mach I am going to hardcore look for a set but IIRC they are hard to get nowadays. The louvres also look right at home on an Edge. Get that Cobra front bumper on already!

Actually I hope you have it hung up and are giving it a good 2-3 weeks to dry completely. Ever tried to remove a wing that someone just painted and bolted right on the next day? Ugh...
They were very tough to get your hands on a few years ago, the company that sold them stopped making them.

However, they have resumed production and you can pick them up here:

http://www.shop.afswheels.com/Mach-1...1.htm?page=all
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They were very tough to get your hands on a few years ago, the company that sold them stopped making them.

However, they have resumed production and you can pick them up here:

http://www.shop.afswheels.com/Mach-1...1.htm?page=all
Sorry those are way different than mine , and mine aren't AFS btw
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These are the magnum 500s
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I like the look, I think it looks great on a NE and with the Mach-ish wheels
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These are the magnum 500s
Ahhh, I thought they were magnums at first. Nice wheels though, deep dish is definitely where I want to go with the rears on my Mach.
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