Great pics! The car is looking good.
Thanks. Tires are BFG-KDW-NT's. Louvers are from SHR.dennisbaker said:Love those tires. Like the louvers also. Where did you get them?
Nah, I know my limitations. I had a local body shop I trust do the install. No leaks, no scratches - inside or out. They told me they could have it done in a few hours. I told them, I didn't want it done fast, I want it done right. Went back the 2nd day after giving sealant a chance to cure and wet test it. An auto glass shop will do just as well. Or do-it-yourself if you're confident and patient.BobF said:Great pictures. Thanks. I'm also thinking of the louvers. Did you do the install? How long did it take?
Tires are OE size 235/50 18. They're a "stickier" summer performance tire and the look I want for my Bullitt. I also like the Bullitt wheels a lot. I still have the stock all weather tires and may go back to them if I decide to drive it in the winter months. And that's not because I'm being prissy with the car. I grew up in Illinois and very used to driving in snow. It's the "other" guy I worry about:doubt: .Brian_3V_4493 said:Love the SHR louvers and the tires. Are they OE size? Mirrors look good, too.
Thanks Harv. Next month will be 6 months on the road for me and the front end is starting to show more nicks than I'd like. As much as I've been trying to hold off, I'm finally about ready to strap on the Ford bra.1mach1 said:Still looks new, Chip!
I feel your pain, Chip. I don't know if I would put the bra on, but the chips are really starting to bother me as well.chip721 said:Thanks Harv. Next month will be 6 months on the road for me and the front end is starting to show more nicks than I'd like. As much as I've been trying to hold off, I'm finally about ready to strap on the Ford bra.