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look at their site....still a tacky gt with aftermarket decals. shindona decals are diff.Tucson302 said:A quick Google search turned up there website. It looks like Shinoda is an aftermarket performance Mustang maker
Justin said:look at their site....still a tacky gt with aftermarket decals. shindona decals are diff.
cbj5259 said:I may be in the minority opinion on this, but it doesn't bother me at all. To each his own I say. To me imitation is the highest form of flattery . Classic car auctions are filled with Yenko cloned Camaros and SS Camaros that started off life as base models. Same hold true with classic mustangs being cloned to appear as GT350's and GT500's. As long as when it comes time to sell, the owners sell the cars for what they are...clones. I have no issue with it then.
Boss1601 said:As long as not mis-represented as a real BOSS, what's the harm? '90 GT's were the rage when I was in high school. There were just as many 4 cylinder mustangs with cheese grater tail lights as real GTs in the school lot. Now if we saw a base GT with graphics and a BOSS intake with "fake" number plate...that would be different.