Looks real nice! But I always thought they were aluminium. Didn't know they came in black.
dude. I always like your info. But you gotta learn to copy & paste links. Its a no brainer. Just going to the site means I have to dig. Don't have time to dig. Make it easy on us please. Thanx!cpd0924 said:I like it very much,and i bet it is easy to clean. I installed the agent 47 lower grill with the brake ducts with the silverhorse center inserts. The only photo is on another site. donspeeno.com and its in the mustang corral
you know the address bar at the top of the brower? where it says "http://www.imboc.com/forums" etc?cpd0924 said:Charlie as you can tell Iam not very good with the computer.Sorry but thats the best Ican do
The member that put in the Ford hot rod cams and did the video did the chrome on his black Bullitt. Really tasty!dennisbaker said:Personally, I think it looks better than the original. Bet it would also look great on the Black Bullitt.
Thanks!! Here is where I picked up the power point plug and cup holder....WOW,that looks awesome! Very impressed.Where did the cup holder bezel and power point come from?
Thanks. The trim ring is the trim off of the stock grille....So, maybe it just looks brighter due to the gloss of the Billet grille, as opposed to the textured honeycomb grille...??????I like the grill but the trim is a bit to bright for my taste....but it is your Bullitt and you can do whatever you like. Can you take a close up picture of where the grill & trim meet.
That is strange it looks much brighter.......I don't know. How difficult was the re & re of the grill and trim?GOT OATZ said:Thanks. The trim ring is the trim off of the stock grille....So, maybe it just looks brighter due to the gloss of the Billet grille, as opposed to the textured honeycomb grille...??????
Well, the grille itself is a cakewalk. About five minutes. And the new grille was already inside a grille frame, so if it was just the grille swap, about 6 minutes.Wolfie said:That is strange it looks much brighter.......I don't know. How difficult was the re & re of the grill and trim?
Thanks a ton. Appreciate it. I found the grille on E Bay. Unfortunately, they do not carry a lower grille insert.....And plus one on the honeycomb cleaning....Bullitt 736 said:Looks great Mike. I saw your picks over on TMS. Too late or I would have ordered one for Nats. I just spent about an hour cleaning my honeycomb today. I don't know why, I'll be cleaning again at Myrtle. Where did you say you got the grill???? Do they make a lower grill? I can't wait to get rid of the honeycomb.
The trim ring sounds like a pita. I wonder if it can be ordered from ford. The grill looks so much more finished than the honeycomb. Nice work.GOT OATZ said:Well, the grille itself is a cakewalk. About five minutes. And the new grille was already inside a grille frame, so if it was just the grille swap, about 6 minutes.
The stock trim ring is held to the stock grille with 3M tape. It also has about 4 or 5 guidepins along the bottom only, but they are just guidepins. So I just pryed back the tip of the stock trim, and cut the 3M tape with an exacta knife, and followed around the perimeter of the stock grille.
I re-applied new 3M tape to the back of the trim ring, after removing the factory tape. I also broke off the guide pins, as they are unnecessary. (originally I thought the factory trim ring was actually aluminum, but alas, it is plastic...) I applied the trim ring to the billet grille, with the new 3M all around, and clamped it with a couple of C clamps for about 30 minutes or so...
Earlier, I had sprayed the air conditioner condensor and a few other silver blingy pieces in the grille opening, with flat black rust-oleum. What the factory honeycomb hid, the billet grille put out there for god and everyone to see....
All told, with painting and trim ring, I guess I was into this mod for about three or so hours....