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CDC iLight bar for 2005 – 2013 Ford Mustang convertible

It’s officially 2013 and what better way is there to get things going than to shine a little light on a newly released product for the Ford Mustang, crafted by Classic Design Concepts (CDC)?  The CDC team focused upon aftermarket and OEM product excellence for domestic automobiles has announced a slick new light bar for 2005 through 2013 Mustang convertibles.  This new “iLightBar” fits any Mustang V6 or Mustang V8 drop-top, and is based upon the CDC Classic LightBar, which has been a phenomenal seller during the past years.  The iLightBar gets some new-age styling, LED lighting for the cabin, and just generally adds some character & flair to the Mustang’s curb appeal.

This iLightbar is made from steel tubing, comes with all the brackets & hardware required to perfect mate to the Mustang’s B-pillars, and is wrapped with quality grained vinyl to match the interior finish.  CDC also offers the iLightBar for the Ford Mustang convertible in 4 color/style options:  Charcoal, Dove Gray, Camel, and Carbon Fiber.

Interested in learning more?  Keep reading to get the full scoop in the Press Release which follows!

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MRT unveils 2012 Boss 302 GT/CS front splitter

MRT 2010-12 Boss 302, GT and C/S Front Splitter

If you haven’t already grabbed hold of your late-model 2010 Mustang, 2011 Mustang, or 2012 Mustang and started tweaking the appliqué, then MRT is ready to help you get started with one of the most attractively popular Mustang body parts currently on the (after)market.  The newest piece out by MRT is the Front Splitter for he 2010 – 2012 Mustang Boss 302, Mustang GT, and the Mustang California Special Edition.  Designed and crafted with the end in mind, the MRT Front Splitter is formed from ABS plastic and utilizes Stainless Steel turnbuckles for a truly functional-form in racing appearance.  There’s no painting required, so don’t sweat it if you are worried about finishing something that is likely going to catch its fair share of scuffs in the corners.

Keep reading to get the rest of the details in the PR from MRT.

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