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2005+ Spectre CAI, Gray cloth seat skins, Strut tower brace and rear spoiler for sale

All of these are for 2005+

I have a great condition factory rear spoiler off of a GT that will fit a 2005-2009 available. It's black and in great condition.

$55 plus shipping

I also have a set of seat skins for sale that work for 2005+, and I've attached some pictures of them.

These are the light gray(Light Graphite) color.

The cloth set includes the skins for the front and back seats, and headrests. These are in very nice clean condition, very little wear. The PS rear bottom seat has a small surface mark(not a hole,doesn't go all the way through).
The location for that is right at the where the bottom and top sections meet and it's very hard to notice.

This is boxed up and ready to be shipped out.

$50 plus shipping


I also have a black strut tower brace, some minor scuffing from being mounted but in good shape.
I didn't see markings on it, but it looks like a Granatelli single strut tower brace. I have a picture of it mounted on a car, this picture isn't mine, but the strut looks identical to this one.

$45 plus shipping

Used Spectre Cold Air Intake for 2005-2009 GT. Includes the air filter.

$75 plus shipping

Paypal is fine and I can coordinate pickup or delivery if you're in the area.



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These are boxed up and ready to ship out.


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Still available, and a price drop...

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Leather seat skins are sold, the cloth set is still available.

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Do you know if the strut tower brace would clear the factory intake (engine cover) manifold cover?


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Do you know if the strut tower brace would clear the factory intake (engine cover) manifold cover?


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Hi there, hadn't checked this thread for a bit. I'm not 100% sure. Mine did not have the plenum cover on it. But I've read a few times that people have had it installed with them.

Here's one I found, but of course I can't guarantee it....

-I installed it on my 06 gt that has the factory 07 plenum cover. To make it clear properly, You have to follow the grantanelli instructions for lowering the cover at the back. Basically, you remove the two clips that hold the cover down now, remove the two front cover nuts and take the cover off. Then remove the two studs where the cover mounts in the rear. Replace the cover, and install the studs through the cover. Then replace the clips. It lowers the cover about 3/8 of an inch or so in the back. I have plenty of room to the bar IMO. I have to throw a couple hard shifts and make sure it doesent contact it.

After that, just remove the 2 inside strut bearing nuts on each side, drop on the bar, check the clearance to the cover, and put on the nuts and tighten. I ended up pushing the bar toward the back of the car so it would lay flatter on the towers. They sort of conform when you tighten it.

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Hi there, hadn't checked this thread for a bit. I'm not 100% sure. Mine did not have the plenum cover on it. But I've read a few times that people have had it installed with them.

Here's one I found, but of course I can't guarantee it....

-I installed it on my 06 gt that has the factory 07 plenum cover. To make it clear properly, You have to follow the grantanelli instructions for lowering the cover at the back. Basically, you remove the two clips that hold the cover down now, remove the two front cover nuts and take the cover off. Then remove the two studs where the cover mounts in the rear. Replace the cover, and install the studs through the cover. Then replace the clips. It lowers the cover about 3/8 of an inch or so in the back. I have plenty of room to the bar IMO. I have to throw a couple hard shifts and make sure it doesent contact it.

After that, just remove the 2 inside strut bearing nuts on each side, drop on the bar, check the clearance to the cover, and put on the nuts and tighten. I ended up pushing the bar toward the back of the car so it would lay flatter on the towers. They sort of conform when you tighten it.
That's cool. Thanks for the info. I might be interested in it when payday rolls around.



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