Cervini’s Auto Designs Releases Chic New Grilles For The 2018 Ford Mustang

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Cervini’s Auto Designs – a New Jersey-based maker of aftermarket car body parts – has released a pair of sharp-yet-subtle-looking upper and lower “C-Series” grilles for the refreshed, 2018 Ford Mustang, including both GT and EcoBoost models. Both grilles are an exact fit, meaning no drilling, cutting, or other modifications are required for installation.

The upper and lower C-Series grilles from Cervini’s for the 2018 Ford Mustang feature matte-black polyurethane surrounds, with black powder-coated mesh inserts designed to keep debris out of the radiator while increasing air flow for superior cooling performance. The grilles can be fitted to any new Mustang GT or EcoBoost so long as it isn’t equipped with Ford’s available “Safe and Smart” package, which uses a camera placed at the front of the vehicle to provide Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping assistance.

The Cervini’s Auto Designs upper C-Series Mustang grille is priced at $289.99, while the lower costs $229.99, although quite a bit of money is saved ordering both at once for the measly sum of $429.99. For more information, or to place an order, click here.

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With Ford’s sleek new 2018 Mustang now hitting dealerships, the range of available aftermarket parts¬†seems to be growing by the day. Roush Performance already offers a range of aerodynamic body¬†parts and a pair of cold-air intake kits, and the company raced against MagnaFlow to try and be first to market with an aftermarket exhaust option. There’s plenty more on the way, so stay tuned.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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