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Old 02-03-2014, 07:54 AM   #1
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1969 tribute with 05 GT

I have figured out the appearance direction I want to go with my GT. My question is whether my Baby would look good with the flat black-painted hood. Opinions?

And, if so, would painting the hood flat black be considered a DIY project?



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I think it would look great if you lowered it a little bit and got a chin spoiler to make it look more aggressive. I love the old one so I would like to stay tuned to this to see how it turns out
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I think it would look great if you lowered it a little bit and got a chin spoiler to make it look more aggressive. I love the old one so I would like to stay tuned to this to see how it turns out
Thanks! I'm considering a chin spoiler, painted to match, but rather than drop it, I'm thinking larger tires on the rear, in addition to the retro-style headlights at American Muscle, and a Cervini's ram-air hood, painted black on the cowl, like the pic. Not totally sure about the tires yet, but the rest will happen, in time.

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