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Classic Design Concepts releases new convertible light bar for the 2010 Mustang

By - May 19, 2009 – 7:15 amNo Comment | 630 views

Classic Design Concepts, an innovative leader in the automotive restyling industry, has released a new light bar for the 2010 Ford Mustang convertible. Dealers and owners of the new generation American pony car can now accessorize their 2010 Mustangs with these high-quality light bars manufactured in the United States and built to CDC’s precise O.E. specifications for fit and finish. CDC is one of the first companies to offer restyling products for the 2010 Mustang, which began hitting showroom floors nationwide in April.

CDC’s 2010 Mustang convertible Light Bar adds both styling and safety along with increased chassis rigidity while enhancing the looks of any 2010 Mustang convertible. Each CDC Light Bar is hand built and inspected to ensure superior quality that enthusiasts have come expect from CDC. The unit includes an integrated brake light that dramatically improves visibility to other motorists.

“We’ve had amazing success with our 2005-2009 Mustang Light Bars and we feel that the 2010 model will also be a winner,” said George Huisman, president of Classic Design Concepts. “Light Bars enhance the look of any Mustang convertible and provide an increased level of safety.”

CDC Light Bars are available in numerous colors that will match the interior trim panels and seats of production 2010 Mustangs. It also carries a 3-Year/36,000-Mile warranty and can be installed in less than 2 hours. The new light bars can be purchased direct from CDC or one of their authorized parts distributors under the following part numbers:

Charcoal           110000
Carbon Fiber    110005
Camel               110002
Dove Gray        110001
Crimson Red     110003

The bars carry a 3-Year/36,000-mile warranty and can be installed in less than 2 hours. The new light bars can be purchased direct from CDC or one of their authorized parts distributors. Visit www.classicdesignconcepts.com to order or for more information.

[Source: Classic Design Concepts]




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