what will you do with the Tribute Front Grill Fog light holes?

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any ideas what type of lights or other ideas on what to put in these cut outs?





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I don’t have a Mustang (yet ... I’m planning on ordering a Mach1 + HP in January), so not sure of the possibilities here.

-Lights?
- Is there a use to the air (Either ducted or free flowing) for cooling or air intake?

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Hoping for a headlight insert package from a aftermarket company. I think it will really complete the look
 

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If I was able to get a Mach 1 I'd replace the upper grill with an Anderson Composites one and have it painted with a dark matte tint. Look like the rest of the black plastic from afar, but see the carbon weave up close.
 

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Personally, either leave it as is or add in brake ducts. Not sure which one yet though
 

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I’d probably leave it alone. My only complaint is why they keep making the upper grill gloss black and the lower matte finished. The difference between them always throws me off when looking at the front of ‘18+ cars
 

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I’d probably leave it alone. My only complaint is why they keep making the upper grill gloss black and the lower matte finished. The difference between them always throws me off when looking at the front of ‘18+ cars
Bothered me at first, but I’m starting to get used to it now
 

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If you want lights in there the Hella Black Magic lights would look nice in the openings.

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They're really too high for feeding brake ducts but would feed a pair of turbochargers nicely.
 

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My only complaint is why they keep making the upper grill gloss black and the lower matte finished. The difference between them always throws me off when looking at the front of ‘18+ cars
That annoys me too. I ended up painting my lower grille on my 2018 gloss black to match the upper grille, and it turned out really nice. I’ll probably go ahead and do the same thing with my Mach 1 (including the cooling vent grilles)
 

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Here is one i photoshopped. I took these fogs from a 2013 mustang. I don't know about them fitting. But the top of the fogs on a 2013 have the same flat shape at the top like one mach1 has

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This or even amber lights would look pretty sweet
 

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