94-98 Rear pics with Stripes?

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  1. Mustanger

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    I am about to add the stripes to my 94 ...I want to go with 2 -10" stripes front to rear bumper, but need to see the rears of those SN95's with them...specifically how does it look around the license plate area & the trunk key hole... If yours are 8" that's ok too... I have a good shot of the front already...thanks all.
     
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    Here is the front pic... I want to see how to cut the vinyl in back.



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    go for it man....
     
  4. Matt94GT

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    that looks good that front pic like the dark blue you going with the same color?

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    Thanks Matt looks good on your car! Yes I plan on the dark blue, kinda want to do the GT350 tribute thing ..I want to go down all the way on the rear bumper but it looks hard to do around the license plate area. Just wondered if anyone had done it yet...

    I got a quote from my bodyshop of $550 to paint it any color...$255 to do it in good vinyl...or I can use a bit cheaper vinyl & do it myself for around $100-150.
     
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    heh thats not my car, and yeah id just do it your self that way if u change ur mind its not that bad.