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adam81 said:you only need one thing...........everything! Tell the dealer not to take off A THING! And tell them not to mount a thing either.... It will all fit in your trunk....trust me.
that would be so cool to have #302 I think I would want that more over #1Grant 302 said:adam81 said:you only need one thing...........everything! Tell the dealer not to take off A THING! And tell them not to mount a thing either.... It will all fit in your trunk....trust me.
I'd take everything...especially from an early production number. More so if you get #302!!
when I got my car it already had everything removed. so I didnt have the option. would I have kept it? probably not all it would take is for me to watch one episode of hoarders and it would have been thrown out. lolaskjeffro said:I'm on the fence. I intend to keep the car a long time, but I see how some of that stuff might matter to a collector. Generally at home I try to donate/sell/throw out anything I don't use at least once every couple of years. Collecting plastic wraps for seats etc goes against my better judgement. Not to mention they will likely break down in several years just making a mess to deal with latter.
So what is my point? ... uh... like most things do what you want. You can always have the dealer leave everything on and then you can decide what you want to keep at home.
yes I agree. I would email craig's bracket place and see if the 12's bracket will fit the 13's thats the route I went...no holes06GT to 13LS said:One of the dealers I talked to said a buyer rejected his Boss because someone at the dealership drilled the holes for a front plate bracket. I found the car at another dealer with the front plate mounted. I told them not to dare do that to mine when it comes in and not to put their dealer sticker on the back.