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Old 01-25-2012, 12:23 PM   #1
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2010+ Mustang Antenna Plugs

Some of you may have seen my previous posts on this site before about these parts. I really didnt like the look of my antennas on my 2011 GT. I tried painting the antennas and they still looked bad. So I took the antennas off, both the satellite and the radio. they left some really stupid looking holes on the car so I designed some parts to fill the holes. I have the parts 3D printed out of plastic using the part files I designed. It had come to my attention that there may be others out there that would like the parts for their pony as well. So I'm taking orders from you guys before I go to ebay with them.

I'm selling the satellite plug for $40 and the radio plug for $50.(It requires more plastic so they're more expensive to make, and when they go on ebay the price will probably go up.) I have had them on my car for 9 months now and they are still perfect. I used loctite stick n seal to glue them in place and it also makes the hole waterproof so water wont get into your trunk. If you were to order one they would come un-painted, I used just basic spray paint and there is no need for for primer, then a clear so it shines like the car. If you want one painted I can do it for you, just send me your car color and I will do it for you. As for the install, its pretty painless, about 30min. I would love any feedback from you guys on how to improve or change my products. I love this site and I know there a lot of you guys who really know their stuff when it comes to cars.

As for the pictures. Yes I know my car is dirty, its been raining. the white plastic is what it will look like if you buy one. The red was just from the first batch I had made. the clear plastic was made with a much better machine(and cost more, of course)
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:09 PM   #2
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just wondering how you get reception on your radio?
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just wondering how you get reception on your radio?
Ya that's sort of the bad part. You don't. I don't listen to the radio so I had no problem just taking it all off.
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