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I really like the front on the Villain Mustang.

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I really like the front on the Villain Mustang.
I actually made a special order just like that for one of my customers. That's also my hood on his car.

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Not saying you should copy it or anything just saw the pic and it reminded me of this thread ,,Food for thought maybe
That's not a bad looking apron, but I want to retain the front bumper and I prefer no modification to the fenders at all. I'm trying to make it easy enough that a 10 year old could install it

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How about this one Speaking of ten year old's some of the guys I work with fixed me up with this one day ,it's from a Mini Cooper

As a bonus it retains the bumper
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I actually made a special order just like that for one of my customers. That's also my hood on his car.
Special order from Classic Recreations?

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Special order from Classic Recreations?
The hood is on our website. For the nose we just used our E-nose and filled all the lights and connected the spoiler in the front.

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How about this one Speaking of ten year old's some of the guys I work with fixed me up with this one day ,it's from a Mini Cooper

As a bonus it retains the bumper
I'm speechless

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Is this the end result?

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Is this the end result?
Not quite, I'll have a flat wind splitter versus the common angled chin spoiler. This one looks like it's using the factory turn signals whereas I'll be using the side marker and fog lights off a 2014.

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Any progress?

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This should give you an idea of how the wind splitter will look on the ends.
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I dropped off the front bumper to get the chrome removed so I can shorten it up. I plan on keeping the steel one on this car, but will make a nice fitting fiberglass one off of it.

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The hood is on our website. For the nose we just used our E-nose and filled all the lights and connected the spoiler in the front.
I'm curious to see this. Will this be a production item or just a on-off? Do you have any pictures?

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How about this one Speaking of ten year old's some of the guys I work with fixed me up with this one day ,it's from a Mini Cooper

As a bonus it retains the bumper
This could be cool. Have you done anything with the Mini valence yet? Wouldn't mind seeing...
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I'm curious to see this. Will this be a production item or just a on-off? Do you have any pictures?



This could be cool. Have you done anything with the Mini valence yet? Wouldn't mind seeing...
NO, it was from a customers car and my coworkers where just messing around .To much time on their hands

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