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Old 06-20-2012, 11:46 AM   #1
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Rain Guards?

I'm thinking about putting rain guards on my '13 Mustang. Will they look cool or cheesy? Opinions please.
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No don't do it I see vans with them all the time
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I have them on my F150 but I don't think they would look right on a Mustang.
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If I am thinking of the right thing, my mustang came with them and I like them very much.
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If I am thinking of the right thing, my mustang came with them and I like them very much.
They're the big ol' sloppy chunks of plastic above the windows. They look like pure sin on a mustang.
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Well I like mine, and they actually don't look bad. But I do crack them on a regular basis
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:56 AM   #8
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Re: Rain Guards?

Thanks everybody! After careful consideration I have decided NOT to install the rain guards. They might have looked sharp on my vehicles in the past, but I just can't bring myself to putting them on such a classy looking car as the Mustang
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