Mustang Rally Stripe Kits

Discussion in 'Vendor Sponsor Forums' started by RevoMotors, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. Hello,

    We are new vendor on this site! The first thing we wanted to offer to every one is out new Rally stripe kits!


    Product Description:

    Make your 2005-Current Ford Mustang "Tough-looking" with this Bumper, Hood, Roof and Rear Deck Lid Rally Stripe Graphics kit. They're PRECUT and ready to install in a wide variety of colors - NO TRIMMING required! Graphic kit is provided with twelve (12) to sixteen (16) pieces, depending on model of Mustang selected (V6/GT & Hardtop/Convertible). This stripe package is not just a box of 10" straight strips. Our graphic kit consists of prefitted and contoured pieces as shown in the illustration. Stripe width is approximately 10" (25.40cm) and set for a center space of 2" (5.08cm). Various spoiler and hood configurations are available as options ('click' on image for the "Zoom" view to see kit options). Graphic package includes online application and care instructions.

    Our Price: $119.99
    Sale Price: $69.99
    You Save $50.00!

    Check them out at

    We have a full line of Mustang graphics for the years 87-06 and love to hear sugestions and ideas. Send us a pm or give us a call


    Revolution Motorsports

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  2. Other years just added to out site!!
  3. I would love to see a stripe kit similar to that on a 99-04 (GT preferably). Looks great on the 05+ though.
  4. This is the one we have for the 99-04


    What do you think?
  5. Price Dropped!!! 2005+ Rally stipes $69.99 !!!!!!!!!!!
  6. Price Dropped AGAIN!!! 2005+ Rally stipes $59.99 !!!!!!!!!!!
  7. What's the difference between fire red and regular red?

    Do you have pics of these colors on a black car?

    I want to do a stripe kit but I'm looking for a color that similar to the red interior I have, which is closest to the oem "redfire" color.
  8. I would go with redular RED that is the closest to REDFire.

    I just dropped the Price on the site!
  9. I want to see the color first. Can you at least put the color up to a black surface?