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Front license Plate bracket that requires no holes to be drilled?

Bill Pemberton

0ld Ford Automotive Racing Terror
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Blair, Nebraska
I have looked and tried to search with no luck , as I know there were posts about someone who made a front bracket that required no drilling and was a breeze to install. I was thinking the guy's name was Craig, but alas I can't seem to find the reference. Hopefully someone can drop his name , phone, email or website and I can get one ordered as it will be necessary for the next year, until the new law goes into effect in Nebraska.

Thanks
 
Craig's Custom Brackets in Virginia. Craig is a great guy. I have his brackets on all my Mustangs. It's a really slick mounting for the 2012. Craig is working on the 2013.

http://www.ccmustangbrackets.com/

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drano38

Wayne
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318
I've got one too, and works well.
Even forgot to take it off for a MAM track day last fall, and it stayed on at speeds up to 120 mph.
Although I take the front plate off when my brain is working correctly.
I put painters tape on the back of the license plate fasteners just in case it moves, which it does when tightening up the wing nuts (because I don't have 5 hands to hold everything steady).
 

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