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post #1 of 2 Old 01-26-2017, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Personalize your '15-'17 Mustang with carbon fiber mirror accents

If you've always dreamed about having the side mirrors of your Mustang in carbon fiber, yet haven't found this option in the list of factory upgrades, our set of Carbon Fiber Mirror Covers by DefenderWorx is an easy to install solution that will transform the appearance of your Mustang the way you like. Of course, a pair of mirror covers, won't make the overall appearance of your Stang more dramatic, yet will definitely personalize it and highlight your style. The covers are manufactured from the finest quality materials and won't show any signs of tear or fade for a really long time. The installation requires no modifications.

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I've never got the draw of wanting only part of your car to be covered in carbon fibre accents. It's certainly not a cheap aesthetic to finance and put in place on your car and it kind of takes away a lot of the look of the original car. Just wondering if anyone can enlighten me?
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