Changed my badges (pics) and need opinions

Bluextc

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I removed the GT emblem from the decklid and covered the Ford oval with the running pony decal, and I'm really happy with the way it looks:
Before:
Mar07-4.jpg


After:
Picture134.jpg


Picture133.jpg


My question is, before I did this, I was planning to remove the oval 281 fender badges and replace them with V6 ponies, but now I'm kinda thinking they go with the oval pony on the back, so what do you guys think would look better?
 

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i have the same pony thing...we can be in our own group. :drunk:


i would get the fender ponies and paint the stripes a different color instead of the red,white,blue...i have seen quite a few people do it and it looks awesome
 

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I forgot to post the pic of the fender emblems:
Mar07-3.jpg


I am planning to be emblemless eventually, but thanks to the 2 f'n holes Ford put in the fenders under the old GT badges :mad: it's not an option now. And if I get the V6 ponies, I was planning to paint the stripes black.
 

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bluextc said:
I forgot to post the pic of the fender emblems:
Mar07-3.jpg

Kinda hard to make out. Got a closer pic? I like the pony on the rear. Might do that myself.
 

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I like it too toxic it looks good. It would make me take a second look as you were driving by though.
 

Bluextc

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Anrev said:
Kinda hard to make out. Got a closer pic? I like the pony on the rear. Might do that myself.

Here's a closer pic, but it's kind of a sucky picture:

fenderbadge.jpg
 

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I like the V6 tri bar pony emblem myself.

I agree though, shaved is really cool.
 

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When i had my f-150
I did the shave. It isn't hard at all.
Just get yourself a nickle or a dime. (Im not kidding when i say this)
on my f-150 it was a nickle i believe.
It fit perfectly into the hole.
Do alittle welding and bam there you go!!
Instead of having to fill the holes and get it smoth it can work out great.
BUT, I didn't do it due to the fact the body man insistead on fixing it himself.
I ended up with endless body work.
So be carefull if you do.
Why did i sell that truck... it was so beautifull.
Somone kick me...
 

Bluextc

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No shot I'm attempting that! lol. Shaved is gonna have to wait until the car gets a repaint (prolly another 3 years).
 

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:p lol kool. I dunno if the holes on the mustangs are endented or not. My truck was. why a nickle went right into place. But if the holes are flat, your probly better of just tacking them up and smoothing it out. If and or when you do it.
 

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