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New Designed 2010-2013 Mustang Antenna's

Fits any model 2010-2013 Mustang

Same billet antenna, same coating, same great radio reception, Just changed the look a little. Made it more round to go with the body lines that make it flow better.

And only............

$25.00 plus shipping.



So remember, get rid of that Harry Potter wand looking factory antenna for this 4" billet antenna.
 

Sesshomurai

Maybe you can add a pic of the stock antenna for easier comparison looks?
 
I prefer something that's flexible. If it's the same ant. as the link above, then it's ridged alum. If it's not and it's a heliflex then I'm in.
 
I have been wondering if the super stubby S2000 antenna would mate up, it was a popular mod in the import scene because it is about the same size as just the tip section on this new one based on how it looks in the pic. I need to "borrow" the antenna off my friend's S2000 and try it.

What I would really be interested in is a clean looking block off plate, and just remove it entirely or have on that extends down into the panel if there is room even if reception is really crappy. I only use the radio to check traffic so even minimal reception would work for me, but I don't know that there would be enough of a market for someone to produce one.


This is the S2000 stubby, though the base probably would have a step

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And I just saw this while looking for that picture. I'd do it if I had a Bullett Mustang ::)

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Boostd4

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CaliMR said:
I have been wondering if the super stubby S2000 antenna would mate up, it was a popular mod in the import scene because it is about the same size as just the tip section on this new one based on how it looks in the pic. I need to "borrow" the antenna off my friend's S2000 and try it.

What I would really be interested in is a clean looking block off plate, and just remove it entirely or have on that extends down into the panel if there is room even if reception is really crappy. I only use the radio to check traffic so even minimal reception would work for me, but I don't know that there would be enough of a market for someone to produce one.


This is the S2000 stubby, though the base probably would have a step

auto_accessories_1_204953.jpg



And I just saw this while looking for that picture. I'd do it if I had a Bullett Mustang ::)

ECWjfwBmk~$%28KGrHqN,!jkE0C2Pdz7dBNQi%29fhwgQ~~_35.jpg

S2000 Antenna is a no go buddy...tried it already :(. The threaded area is smaller than the Mustang hole.
 
Maybe an adapter like the on in the picture I posted? The generic aftermarket stubby I have on all my other cars comes with a bunch.
 

Boostd4

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CaliMR said:
Maybe an adapter like the on in the picture I posted? The generic aftermarket stubby I have on all my other cars comes with a bunch.

If they had an adapter that let you step up a size, then I guess it would work...I would just be afraid of having a gap between the antenna and the base (unless of course the adapter fixed this).
 

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