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Old 10-02-2013, 07:14 PM   #1
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Pick up a 96 Mystichrome Hood!

This guy in my town has 3 mustangs he wants to sell or part out and he has a brand new Saleen body kit with the s351 wing! I bought the 96 cobra hood with Mystichrome for $80! Decided to keep the stang.

Also he has a 5 speed trans with 60k original miles! May be doing a swap soon!
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Not to be a dick or anything but this isn't a tech post. Besides that, that's cool. Is he selling this stuff?
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Not to be a dick or anything but this isn't a tech post. Besides that, that's cool. Is he selling this stuff?
Well I always see other posts about people getting new parts....

And yeah he's selling everything. I might pick up the engine (has a knock) but it has: headers, BBK throttle body, pulleys, msd packs and wires. And he said other parts he with throw in. $400
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hey man glad you decided to keep the mustang... I would recommend just fixing the problems that were frustrating you enough to want to sell before buying anything else. then going from there... don't give up on the mustang
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hey man glad you decided to keep the mustang... I would recommend just fixing the problems that were frustrating you enough to want to sell before buying anything else. then going from there... don't give up on the mustang
Well I would've bought another. And yeah I'm makin decent money so I'm gonna upgrade it
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Yeah people don't always get the point but it's fine. It the mods think it need moves they will tell you and do it.
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Old 10-02-2013, 09:48 PM   #7
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post pic of the hood
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post pic of the hood
Forgot to take a pic earlier. Will in the morning!
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Mystichrome cobra hood, needs some cleaning but still sweet!

Also tinted the tail lights!
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Old 10-03-2013, 11:42 AM   #10
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how did you tint your taillights
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Only $13. Same thing as VHT nightshades
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Old 10-03-2013, 05:10 PM   #12
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Only $13. Same thing as VHT nightshades
ahh I saw that at walmart I think... did u have to sand your tail lights, did you remove them.. how well did it turn out... details and instructions please
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No sanding. I didn't remove the taillights I just used masking tape around the taillights because it was faster. It turned out pretty good and once I was done tinting them I used a can of clear coat spray paint to protect the tint.
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you should do your fronts
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you should do your fronts
I might if I get some used head lights that are clear. (A guy is selling some cheap) cuz mine are faded really bad and it's already hard to see at night
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if you take whitening tooth paste and put it on ur headlights and buff your lights then wash off with warm water ur headlights will look brand new, honestly it works, gets rid of all the fade
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if you take whitening tooth paste and put it on ur headlights and buff your lights then wash off with warm water ur headlights will look brand new, honestly it works, gets rid of all the fade
I tried that. Didn't do much
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did you get any runs or any imperfections when you sprayed your tail lights
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did you get any runs or any imperfections when you sprayed your tail lights
Not really. They look pretty good
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look like you bought tinted lights or does it looked sprayed from up close
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look like you bought tinted lights or does it looked sprayed from up close
Kinda sprayed but it looks really good and way easier
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