How To Install A Detail Corral
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Thin Out That Junk In The Trunk With Classic Design Concepts' Detail Corral For '05-'07 Mustangs
From the February, 2007 issue of Mustang Monthly
By Dale Amy

   

Ford Mustang Detail Corral Install
Rigidly formed just like your S197's trunk liner and covered in much the same material, CDC's Detail Corral creates valuable storage space and installs with minimal effort. The included aluminum brackets, set screws, capscrews, and push pins make the job a breeze, as do the paper template and illustrated instruction sheets.

"Why didn't I think of that?" was all I could muster when the ever-inventive crew at Classic Design Concepts demonstrated their new and aptly named Detail Corral for S197 Mustangs. This is a brilliantly simple concept: a lightweight, good-looking storage compartment for housing basic detailing or cleaning components on the otherwise unused and ugly Swiss-cheese sheetmetal on the trunk lid's underside. Most of us carry this stuff around anyway, usually taking up valuable trunk space. The Detail Corral is a much better-and better looking-solution. Best of all, there is nothing to cut, aside from the included paper templates. There are no holes to drill, and the whole installation shouldn't consume even an hour of valuable time.

In typical CDC fashion, the Detail Corral components are OE quality, and the finish matches the S197's trunk-liner material. At $179, this is an affordable way to add practicality and a far more finished appearance to your '05-and-up trunk area.

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