Classic Design Concepts Trunk Lid Storage Compartment for all 2005, 2006 and 2007 Mustangs.Are you the type of Mustang enthusiast that always has cleaning products, tools and some miscellany of items with them at all times? If you are and you’ve been looking for an effective, convenient way to store these items in your Mustang, then this Trunk Lid Storage Compartment for all 2005, 2006 and 2007 Mustangs is perfect for you!
This extra storage compartment is made of compression molded material and comes equipped with three secure snap pockets which are perfect for holding and organizing a plethora of different things. This Trunk Lid Storage Compartment for all 2005, 2006 and 2007 Mustangs was originally designed to fit a chamois, mini duster and detailing products, but this high quality piece provides an OEM fit and appearance that will nicely finish off your Mustang's trunk while housing whatever you want. This is a great way to keep the items you want to have in your Mustang at all times, organized and securely, safely stowed while you’re driving.
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Classic Design Concepts Trunk Lid Storage Compartment 2005-2007 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mintondm from Nice clean fit and works well! Was a little concerned when it first arrived as soon as I saw the flexibility of the fiberglass base, but was pleasantly surprised that they used some tough resin and fiber. Install was relatively easy, and the non-permanent clip/setscrew system was fairly easy. Would have liked the templates on a heavier stock, but worked well enough. Lined the deck-lid with dynomat, cut the notches, and installed the whole thing in 1 hour. Pretty straight forward. Instructions seemed to be a 4th-5th generation copy so photos were a bit blurry... Again, little common sense went a long way. The whole structure when installed was really tight, and very glad that the snaps were located on trunk metal areas, so you're not pressing against floating fiberglass. As usual, CDC killed it with this one. Great option for those of us with larger stereo systems and minimal trunk space to have stuff rolling around.
Date published: 2015-05-19
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