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Old 12-07-2015, 09:42 AM   #1
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Unpainted Spoiler?

I've been looking for spoilers lately and I've seen a couple gt500 spoilers on ebay for $150 unpainted. Will i be able to use it with the Black Primer finish since i want my spoiler black because my car is white.


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Wrong section, this is for a oxford white 2014 mustang v6


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Old 12-07-2015, 10:58 AM   #3
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if you are good with the unfinished look yes. I would suggest either plasti-dip or even a rattle can finish though.
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You could probably a get it sprayedcheap if you go to a body shop and ask them to spray it when they spray something black. I did that with my vents and got it pretty cheap
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I've seen a few cars that pull off the black primer on the car


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This car at the last cars and coffee I went to had a plasti dipped spoiler.... Didn't look bad at all
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I have the GT500 spoiler, but it was painted Satin black with a satin clear to protect it. The cost wasn't bad.

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