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1999-2004 Mustang Carbon Fiber Cowl Panel
1999-2004 Mustang Carbon Fiber Cowl Panel

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Our Price: $259.00

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Product Code: CD-CFMUS020


Clips / Fastener Pack*:
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Include clips / fasteners [Add $14.99]

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Description Installation Information
1999-2004 Mustang Carbon Fiber Cowl Panel. Fits all trim models as well as coupe or convertible.
Installs using oem tabs and clips locations.

*Note: weather stripping, washer nozzles, rubber hinge grommets need to be reused from your existing cowl panel

** New oem clips and plastics fasteners are available as an option for an additional price. Select from the option drop down before adding to your cart.

*** Patent Pending ***

  • Real 3K 2x2 twill carbon fiber
  • Vacuum infused
  • Show quality finish
  • UV protection
  • Paintable
  • Full replacement part
  • Utilizes your existing oem mounting clips

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Cowl Panel May 16, 2015
Reviewer: Rick McGuire from Redmond, WA United States  
This is a nice product, it has a little different styling than the OE piece, no vents, but I like the solid look. In order to get this to look correct you will have to peel off the rubber parts from an OE piece and reapply them to the carbon fiber part using RTV rubber found at most auto parts stores for a few bucks. I used Permatex Black Rubber Sealant item # 80338. Then go to Home Depot and get yourself about 10 of those spring clamps they cost about a $1 each. Start on one end and line the clamps up next to each other, when it sets up do the next section. I also had to lift up the A pillar covers some to get the panel underneath then. Finally due to variation in my car I had to cut off a tiny corner underneath the A pillar to get it to fit. I just used a little Xacto hobby saw. I would also recommend getting new fasteners reusing the old ones did not work out well the first time.

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