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The Original Intent of my Mod, but the 350
Opening and the LE Grille aren’t the same size.
 
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The Original Intent of my Mod, but the 350
Opening and the LE Grille aren’t the same size.
The grille design would be awesome on the Mach 1 too, but it has a unique grille shape too
 

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The grille design would be awesome on the Mach 1 too, but it has a unique grille shape too
you'd think someone at Ford would stop screwing with the standard part pattern and just make an inlay that adapted it in the event some designer with entirely too much time on their hands thought it was a good idea to change large openings like this for no good reason. Actually a slap across the head would be better.

All 15-17 GT/15-20 GT350 should all have had common grill size/mounting. Ditto 18+ GT/M1/GT500
 

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parallel to CX727 Mach E
Interesting post! This may be perceived as a silly question, but still: What does the code (?) CX727 stand for?

In addition: As a Mustang Mach-E owner - and new to the Mustang brand - I'm very excited by this discussion of design elements on the Mach-E. I would be thrilled if you would take the time to elaborate on where you would place the Mach-E in the design history of the Mustang brand.
 
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Oh, it's that design again in China
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To me the general shape of the back looks like a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
 

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The hood doesn't even look like it fits on that render. I hope it does NOT look like this.
Why not, 7 years of the S550 and we're already used to the factory body panel misalignments and huge gaps.... IF it looks like THAT, then no one can bitch about QC anymore, it will just be naturally "gapped"...
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