mach 1 taillights?

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  1. blue76maverick

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    wonder how difficult it would be to install mach 1 tails?
     
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    71gold Frank Cooper Supporting Member

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    What year Mach?
    There is a pic floating around of a Mav with 70 Stang tails.
    If I can find it on the pc I will post, but I got it from this site.
    Dave
     
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    i like the 71-73 style
     
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    Razorsharp has one I believe off a Shelby, that looks great!!
     
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    The 69-70 mustang tailights look too big on Mavericks IMO
     
  7. MNTony

    MNTony aka Godzirra

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    Brazilian tail lights...

    I swapped in a set of the Brazilian Maverick tail lights. I had to trim the back panel to fit them in, so there is no turning back now...but I love how it looks and don't regret it for a second! I've always felt that the stock Maverick tail lights were just a bit too Pinto inspired! :rofl2:
     

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    Grabber71 Milique Toast

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    Wow..that looks really good! (y)
     
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    Here's a pic of a Mav with 71-73 Mustang Tail lights from a scanned in mag from Brazil.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow!
    Those look good on a Mav.
    Never would have thought so...
    They follow the body lines better than most swaps.
    That swap is a little under done IMO.
    It needs the tail light trim and flip down gas cap.
    Dave
     
  11. rayzorsharp

    rayzorsharp I "AM" a Maverick!

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    It does look good but I think I like the Brazilian lights better.
     
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    Im happy with the factory Maverick tail lights myself.
     
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    Actually, the Pinto tail lights are a bit too Maverick inspired. Maverick was around before the Pinto. But I agree that the stock Maverick lights leave much to be desired. I'm conjuring up my own tail lights right now which will end up on my '74 Grabber if I like how they look.

    I think the Mach I lights look like crap, but whatever floats your boat. The Brazil lights are cool.
     
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    mntony...i saw you driven that car ...on bell road one day....looks good
     
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    here you go............. the car was on ebay a while ago
     

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