No experience on rear repo guards. I did get a pair of front repos. The chrome is excellent. The welded on brackets were way out of whack, I re bent them using my bench vise. The guards themselves are stamped lop sided so they fit much closer to the valence on one side. I plan to have the original front guards replated along with the original bumper.
My sig pic is my '68 with original front bumper and repo guards.
My '64 1/2 vert. Ordered May '64. D code 4 speed, handling package, caspian blue, accent group, Ford blue manual top.
'68 vert. driver. Owned since '77. C code AT, AC, PS, P disc B, PT lime gold, standard black interior and top. NOS RF fender and left quarter.New top and folding glass.
On my Shelby, there is a gap about the size of my pinkie finger between the bumper and the back of the guard. If you need to, ah adjust this, you could take the guard off and wrap the top mount in a vice to tweek it a little. If it is too close, wrap a few layers of duct tape around a pry bar and gently adjust it out. I said gently.
If it is too far, you might try to wack it with a 2 X 4 and a 2 pound ball peen, but what then if you miss?
67 GT 350 (#0036)("Miss July" 2004) owned since 1971. And I still drive it...SAAC 29 Concours GOLD, Div II, MCA Concours Trailered Gold 2X,
Also: 67 GTA S code COUPE (under construction)
General Shelby and Mustang enthusiast, MCA certified Concours judge
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