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    Default Bullitt Grille

    Has anyone on here tried to make the original 87-88 Thunderbird base grille into a bullitt one?

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    you mean billet, as in billet aluminum?
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    Ohh shiz yes thats what i meant.

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    i've never seen 1, so my guess is no.. but there's a possibility that someone made 1
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    I have never seen one either, there are a few custom grilles on here though
    Fox-less at the moment

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    Probably wouldn't be too hard to make one...but I think they look rather like 10 pounds of mashed assholes, myself. lol
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    or a mesh grill because it regularly just looks bland to me :/

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    I took a explorer billet gril and cut to match the shape of the stock grill, just shorter due to my bumper change




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    Fox-less at the moment

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    There's a real bad ass burnt orange/yellow ish tbird on here with mesh behind the regular Tbird grille, painted to match. Looks awesome and probably pretty easy.
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