CPC Trunk Antenna Cover Satellite Radio/GPS Painted Lava Red 2005-2014

California Pony Cars: ENG-012-463

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Product Description

California Pony Cars Satellite Radio/GPS Painted Trunk Antenna Cover for 2005-2014 Mustangs.

This antenna cover is "quick and easy" to install over your factory Satellite/GPS antenna and is held permanently in place with a 3M two sided tape gasket. Easy install with no tools required. Features a stylish, "shark fin" design that comes pre-painted to match your Mustang's factory paint color. Available in all OEM paint colors. Made in the U.S.A.

*The two digit paint code after the color name matches your factory Ford paint code. This code can be found on the data sticker inside the driver side door jamb.
 

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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By Bill Tumas: If you're looking for a quick and easy upgrade for your 2005 and newer Mustang, you can't go wrong with one of our California Pony Cars GPS satellite radio antenna covers. The stylish shark fin design is going to cover your boring antenna. They come pre-painted, ready to install on your Mustang.

We're going to be installing the cover on our 2013 Gotta Have It Green street car. The cover is going to go simply on top of your factory cover here held on by adhesive tape. We're going to line it up first. You only get one shot once you take the tape off so we're going to put it in place and put some tape down as a marker for it. You want to remove the blue backing and we're ready to install. We're going to line it up with our tape and press down to adhere.

Our California Pony Car antenna cover really adds some style to the trunk lid of our Mustang. It'll literally take you longer to get it out of the package than it will to install it. You'll be back on the road in no time.