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All tired of having to worry about front end damage from parking curbs, etc. Just started researching adding a front parking sensor to the GT350. There seems to be quite a few on the market and am looking at the SpeedForm system from American Muscle. I like the single (low mount) sensor with no drilling required. Not into adding multiple sensors across bumper and prefer stealth. Any thoughts on installing a front camera rather than just a sensor? Seems you'd have to mount a small screen inside the cabin as I doubt you could tie a signal into the existing 8" display. So far the audible sensor appears to be the best solution, but open to suggestions.

Anyone do this and have any feedback or recommendations for other systems?

Thanks any feedback much appreciated!!
 

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All tired of having to worry about front end damage from parking curbs, etc. Just started researching adding a front parking sensor to the GT350. There seems to be quite a few on the market and am looking at the SpeedForm system from American Muscle. I like the single (low mount) sensor with no drilling required. Not into adding multiple sensors across bumper and prefer stealth. Any thoughts on installing a front camera rather than just a sensor? Seems you'd have to mount a small screen inside the cabin as I doubt you could tie a signal into the existing 8" display. So far the audible sensor appears to be the best solution, but open to suggestions.

Anyone do this and have any feedback or recommendations for other systems?

Thanks any feedback much appreciated!!
I am also interested. You spoke of my answer, use the back up camera and back into spaces. I either Park in an open lot with no bumpers or back into most spaces. I have been known to leave an anal level of space in front of the car (in lew of contact,) LoL.
 

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I am also interested. You spoke of my answer, use the back up camera and back into spaces. I either Park in an open lot with no bumpers or back into most spaces. I have been known to leave an anal level of space in front of the car (in lew of contact,) LoL.
JT, me too. I haven't' yet followed up on this but will be focusing on it again soon. I'll post results.
 

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I purchased a front sensor system 2 years ago and never installed it. I couldn't find a spot to mount it without looking stupid or risking damage to the sensor. I have lived without it for 2 years and I am getting good at parking 4 inches from a curb.
 

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I purchased a front sensor system 2 years ago and never installed it. I couldn't find a spot to mount it without looking stupid or risking damage to the sensor. I have lived without it for 2 years and I am getting good at parking 4 inches from a curb.
My concern as well Dave, don't want an ugly "wart" hanging down there for sure....
 

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I bought some curb feelers from Summit.
LOL, good one Gamecock, I'm thinking of my Grandpa's old Buick with curb feelers, too funny:)

If you're serious please post a pic?
 

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My pops always taught me to back in. So that's my habit too. And it's probably not the same for everyone out there, but I really reached on purchasing this car. It's the nicest thing I've ever owned by a long shot. So, not a daily driver. And so far it only goes somewhere I know there will be room to park it away from others. I'm hoping to keep it as mint as possible for as long as possible
 
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