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Mustang Scoop Replicas

I ran across this:http://spoilers4less.com/spefhosc.html. I don't know how this compares to j/y prices, but is prob less than ford.
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that doesn't seem too bad. some of those you probably can't find at a jy or are very rare. i think someone needs to order a rumble bee scoop.
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i think if you do your shopping right, you can get a real mustang one off of ebay for that price
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I got my mustang scoop for $35....check junk yards
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you ever install that?
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you ever install that?
when i feel like taking it over to the paint shop and get it sprayed for $75 but my desk chiar just broke today so thats where my $75 just went ARG!!!! o well maybe in 2 weeks next pay check
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paint it yourself its not that hard to do!!!!!! Go to autozone buy some grey primer, 1000 grit sand and your color paint and bam in like 2 hours you saved yourself about 50 bucks worth of labor and you just got a sense on how to paint
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paint it yourself its not that hard to do!!!!!! Go to autozone buy some grey primer, 1000 grit sand and your color paint and bam in like 2 hours you saved yourself about 50 bucks worth of labor and you just got a sense on how to paint
i know how to paint...hell my dad has spray guns and he can do it. but i personally dont have the time or care to paint it myself. plus its urithan needs the special primer i can get it. but dont fell like it. plus i want it baked and clear coated nicely it will be sprayed in a booth unlike me outside with bugs. plus there matching my paint because i have a 12+ year old truck it has faded a little i know after i took out my bedliner its not even the same color. so i dont want to mess with it for the $75 it will take to have them do it, that fine with me hell i bought i for $35 most people pay $100 easy for them and then need it painted am still making out on this...

also no thanks on buying paint product at autozone would rather go to the auto paint store 2 blocks from my house. where i got all my paint to spray my 1986 f-150 that i restored...

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