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For those of us that live in States that require a front license plate, Craig at ccmustangbrackets.com is about to release a design that will fit our GT 350s. No drilling into your new car! Here's what a mounted plate looks like. As soon as they are available, I'll follow up. Automotive parking light Vehicle Grille Hood Vehicle registration plate
 

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That looks good, I purchased a front license plate that bracket that mounted to the tow hook for my 911. I hate the though of drilling any holes into the front bumper :(
 

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ANNOUNCEMENT from Craig’s Custom Mustang Brackets!!

The new 2015-2016 Shelby GT350 Front License Plate Bracket is available for purchase on our website and will start shipping on 13 Jan 2016. You can use this direct link to order. Thank you and we look forward to your business!

2015-2016 Mustang Bracket | Craig's Custom Mustang Brackets

Respectfully,

Craig Broussard
757-636-2445
 

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ANNOUNCEMENT from Craig’s Custom Mustang Brackets!!

The new 2015-2016 Shelby GT350 Front License Plate Bracket is available for purchase on our website and will start shipping on 13 Jan 2016. You can use this direct link to order. Thank you and we look forward to your business!

2015-2016 Mustang Bracket | Craig's Custom Mustang Brackets

Respectfully,

Craig Broussard
757-636-2445
Just got the bracket in the mail yesterday. Now I just need the car to be delivered.
 

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Thanks for posting NJ. Did you use Craigs bracket? If so, how'd you feel about bonding the base to your valance?
 

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Bonding the Craig's base is easy with no risk, but you need to prep the surface properly and allow the 2-3 days before applying full force to the mounting .
 

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Yes, it is from Craig. Like Dave said, there is a supplied wipe that you prep the valence with. It attaches underneath so even with the bracket removed, the bracket mount is barely visible. The bracket itself is of a very good quality.
 

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Thanks for the info guys. I have the bracket but am waiting for it to warm up before I put it on (says 70 degrees or so). I just got a bit hesitant when I saw I had to bond it to the valance....
 

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I bought one on ebay and installed in temps below 50F. Super high quality and the adhesive seems like it will hold forever. You can't see the mount unless you know where to look. I highly recommend.
 

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I also purchased this and when I was bonding the plate to the bumper, I noticed that the bumper was predrilled for a mounting bracket. The holes were covered by the vinyl stripe but looking at the strip from a low angle enabled me to clearly see the tro holes. Has anyone else noticed this?
 

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I also purchased this and when I was bonding the plate to the bumper, I noticed that the bumper was predrilled for a mounting bracket. The holes were covered by the vinyl stripe but looking at the strip from a low angle enabled me to clearly see the tro holes. Has anyone else noticed this?
Bob, those should only be indentations not actual holes...unless yours were drilled prior to installing stripes...
 

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Bob, those should only be indentations not actual holes...unless yours were drilled prior to installing stripes...
That makes sense that they're just indentations to serve as guides if you elect to drill. Glad my dealer chose to leave the choice up to me.
 

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That makes sense that they're just indentations to serve as guides if you elect to drill. Glad my dealer chose to leave the choice up to me.
Well said Sir, back in 2007 when I ordered the GT 500, I made sure everyone knew NOT to drill the front bumper for the license bracket...unfortunately, they all went to lunch and the detail guy took it upon himself to drill and attach the front license plate bracket. My buddy who was the dealership GM was horrified and offered to cancel the deal. Unfortunately, it was their last allocation for that year and I had a killer deal on it so I accepted it anyways...but huge disappointment for sure!!

Needless to say, my current dealer knows to not install the front splitter or the license plate bracket...
 

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Bob, those should only be indentations not actual holes...unless yours were drilled prior to installing stripes...
I am going to have to check mine and see what I have. My build sheet says front plate bracket but I don't have one ?
 
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