Maier Racing Front Apron

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  1. Alohastang

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    I just installed a Maier Racing Front Apron and Hide-away License Plate on my '66 STang
     

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    shes a very nice.
     
  3. Billm

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    Is the plate on a hinge? Or a slider?
     
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    Slider...
     
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    I like the seats. Are they on the stock brackets or different brackets?
     
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    Stock Seat Rails.... I just had to re-drill the stock rails to fit the SPARCO seats.
     
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    How did the apron fit?
     
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    Not bad.... I had to cut-down the inlet opening, cut-off the front grill support and do some sanding to get the ends of the valence to fit flush to the fenders --- All and All a "Nice-Fit" !
     

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