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Mustang GT500 Style Rear Spoiler - Pre-painted (05-09)

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    • Matches 2005-2009 Factory Mustang Colors
    • Painted Right Here at AmericanMuscle!
    • Shelby GT500 Styling
    • Simple Installation
    • Durable, Lightweight ABS Construction

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    Want to enhance the look of your ride? How about replacing your stock spoiler with one of our pre-painted GT500 rear spoilers, for 2005-2009 Mustangs. Our GT500 pre painted rear spoiler is designed to give you that sleek look of a Shelby Cobra, and is a perfect complement to the streamlined look of the S197 Mustangs. The GT500 rear spoiler is definitely built to last, made from an ABS material; it’s lightweight and extremely durable. Like all of our pre painted parts, the GT500 rear spoiler is available in all factory OEM colors, and is painted right here at AmericanMuscle.com, in our state of the art paint booth. We take great care to make sure you get the perfect paint match for your Mustang. And, because we paint these right here at AmericanMuscle.com, they’re always in stock and ship the same day as you order. When you receive your GT500 rear spoiler, you’ll find that it’s securely packaged in the box with all accessories needed for installation. The included accessories are threaded bolts, alcohol prep pads, foam tabs, and installation instructions. Installation is pretty painless, you may have to remove some tape residue from the stock spoiler, but other than that, it’s a smooth process that will make your Mustang stand out from the crowd.

    Painted Shelby GT500 Spoiler. Add the sleek aerodynamic appearance of the Shelby Cobra to your Pony with a pre-painted GT500 Style Rear Spoiler from AmericanMuscle. The GT500 Style Spoiler complements the streamlined profile of the S197 Mustangs perfectly.

    Painted Here to Match 2005-2009 Factory Mustang Colors: These spoilers are painted right here, at AmericanMuscle HQ, to match your stock Ford Mustang colors exactly. They'll give your Pony a mean, sleek look that will make it stand out from the crowd it a totally unique way.

    Quality Construction. Manufactured from acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material for its light-weight and superior durability, this painted rear wing spoiler is made to last.

    Hard Mounts. Using a combination of threaded bolts and 3M acrylic automotive bonding tape, this pre-painted GT500 Style Spoiler is designed to mount securely to the rear deck lid of your Mustang for a perfect OEM fit.

    Application. This pre-painted GT500 Style Spoiler fits the 2005 to 2009 S197 Ford Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, and Shelby GT models. This spoiler does not fit the Shelby GT500.

    Technical Notes. AmericanMuscle recommends professional installation of all body parts, we also recommended test fitting these products before they are painted as drilling is required for installation of this rear wing spoiler.


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    • Choose the year of your Mustang from the options above. The color choices displayed will be the only exterior paint colors available for your year Mustang. The first two letters for each color option are the paint code for your exterior color.

    • If you need to verify your paint code, look inside the door jam of your driver's side door at your VIN plate to find your exterior paint code.

    This GT500 Spoiler is also available Unpainted for those who like to do-it-yourself.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Deck Spoiler
    • (4) Foam Inserts
    • (1) AmericanMuscle Instructions
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    • (4) Screws
    • (4) Washers
    Installation Info
    Will it fit my Mustang?
    • Bullitt - 08, 09
    • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
    • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09

    Most Helpful Reviews

    5/5
    GT 500 Spoiler looks great

    I ordered the spoiler and three days later I had it in my hands. While waiting for it to show up I removed the stock spoiler and had to use some goo stuff that I picked up at Lowe's to remove the adhesive. ...

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    5/5
    Mustang GT500 Spoiler

    Looks great ! I liked the factory spoiler too, but this just flows nice with the overall body lines of the car. Like others have said, removing the factory spoiler was the toughest part of the job. The ...

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    Overall Rating 5 out of 5 stars
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    Does this spoiler come in a matte black finish?

    Stew1024

    • This spoiler is unpainted, you can paint it any color that you would like.

      SilverStang05

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    Sirius Antenna I have a 2007 V6 Pony package. The factory spoiler is much like the GT 500 style spoiler except it is not quite as tall. Will this GT 500 style spoiler fit with the factory installed Sirius XM antenna which is mounted on the trunk lid 7-1/2" (center of the antenna) from the rear window edge of the trunk lid? Thanks in advance for the info.

    redglide01

    • Yes It will. I just installed a 500 spoiler on my 2007 Mustang gt with siriusxm. You'll have 1.5 inches clearance.

      Mcnut

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    Backup camera Is this wing thick enough to support a backup camera that has to be drilled into the middle of the wing? Kind of like the '14 gt's?

    bfisk

    • It's heavy duty enough but I would hate to destroy the look. They make them to fit on the license plate as well.

      Alpha9500

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    Is the black finish good enough to install without painting?

    jmorti

    • It's not actually a black, more like a dark grey. If your car is black (like mine) it wont look too bad, but will stand out!

      jshiff86

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    2007 Mustang GT Shelby My Mustang presently DOES NOT have Spoiler. I would like to order the GT500 Prepainted Spoiler. Can I get it White with Silver Stripes, to match my car ? Or do I have to have the stripes done Professionally ?

    willow119

    • I would recommend purchasing the painted spoiler and then either purchase the graphic stripes separate or getting that done after. I don't believe that American Muscle will sell you a painted spoiler with the stripes on it already due to the fact that it may not line up if you already have stripes on your car.

      LYVYR

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    Fitment Will this pre-painted spoiler cover exiting mounting holes for OEM spoiler/wing on 2006 GT?

    MustangRich

    • Yes. The surface area of the new spoiler completely covers the areas of the trunk deck where the OE holes are. The new spoiler comes with hardware that utilizes the existing holes in the trunk deck resulting in a clean OE appearance.

      68firebirdkirk

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    Overall Rating 5.0

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

    Installation Cost:0-$100

    • Color Match 4.88 4.9
    • Fit & Finish 4.784314 4.8
    • Appearance 4.932203 4.9
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.711864 4.7
    • Fit 5 5



    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      August 19, 2014

      Small issues

      For an '06 GT. Pros: Nice, different look. Paint match spot on. Cons: 1. Without making a template and drilling the outer two holes (stock for the GT500 obviously), you're depending on the tape to hold this down on the outboard ends. Mine was not an absolute flush-fit so if the tape doesn't hold, the ends will work their way up. 2. The tape is visible when looking at the spoiler from the front. You can see the white of the tape. My kids suggestion is to use a red Sharpie to color it in. All-in-all, I'm very happy with it. Used 3M adhesive remover to get the stock glue off; worked very well. Was kind of scary trying to get it on with the tape exposed, trunk up, etc. Put a screw through the hole (you only use 2 on this; not 4 like on the stock spoiler) and managed to get it lined up and tape set correctly.

      122viper

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Indiana

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 02, 2013

      Mustang GT500 Spoiler

      Looks great ! I liked the factory spoiler too, but this just flows nice with the overall body lines of the car. Like others have said, removing the factory spoiler was the toughest part of the job. The adhesive is definitely meant to stay put. Just take your time with this part and the rest is easy. I cut the heads off a couple of bolts to make alignment pins. Then set the new spoiler in place and used some pieces of tape to make reference marks around the front edge. Made it easy to see where the new spoilers tape would make contact and show me where to clean with the alcohol swabs. After cleaning, I could peel all the tape and simply line up the temporary pins. Once stuck down, remove the pins and replace with the supplied bolts.

      MiamiStang

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Newark, Delaware

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 20, 2012

      GT 500 Spoiler looks great

      I ordered the spoiler and three days later I had it in my hands. While waiting for it to show up I removed the stock spoiler and had to use some goo stuff that I picked up at Lowe's to remove the adhesive. This by the way was the hardest part. When the spoiler arrived I sort of followed the instructions. As some of the other folks said they used dowel rods or longer screws to align it up perfectrly I did the same thing. I did leave the 3M tape on the spoiler but after I inserted the dowel rods, I removed them one at a time and replaced with the screws sent with the unit. I just went a couple of threads so I I had some vertical play leaving a gap between it and the trunk lid. Next I folded some towels and place on bith ends of the spoiler to keep it lifted and then at that time removed the backing on thje tape. Since everything was in place I gently lowered the spoiler onto the trunk and gradually tighted the screws. It took about 30 minutes to do that part and not even trying to hurry. Looks good and makes the 2008 GT look a lot better.

      Alpha9500

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Paducah, KY

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      November 19, 2011

      Nice Product and Appearance

      Own a 2007 GT/CS. Removing the wing and the tape residue takes the longest so be patient. I found a thin plastic putty knife works great at removing both the wing and the tape residue along with some Goop. To install properly I recommend buying some long 1 3/4" 8mm bolts to serve as an install guide. Once you are ready to install the spoiler, peel the 3M tape from the spoiler and then holding the spoiler about an inch off the trunk surface you and a helper thread these longer bolts from underside of the trunk using the proper holes into the existing threads on the spoiler which you are still holding about a 1" above the trunk surface. As you lower the spoiler onto the trunk these longer guide bolts serve as great way to avoid mistakes, and to ensuring that the spoiler lines up properly and the threaded holes are available for final install. Gently lower the spoiler using the bolts as guide and once the spoiler is firmly seated with the tape, unthread the long bolts and replace with the shorter proper length bolts that came with the spoiler. Easy!

      TootesMagotes

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      February 16, 2011

      superGTcharged

      I like the product a lot. It is extremely better looking than the stock spoiler. This GT500 style one makes the car flow more and I get many compliments on it. It is really easy to install. The hardest part was probably getting all the goo off from the stock spoiler. Besides that its really easy and looks great. American Muscle hasn't let me down yet, you guys are great.

      Nick

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 07, 2011

      great addition to my exterior mods

      preping for the two sided tape was my major concern.purchased automotive adhesion promoter on e-bay, then installed, very easy to do if you are carefull. you only get one chance if you use the promoter, it grabs the tape firmly gives the rear a good finish without looking to large like some other spoilers being sold

      jeff

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT N.J.

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 01, 2012

      Great replacement of factory rear spoiler

      The GT 500 spoiler is an excellent replacement of the stock spoiler that came installed on my 2007 V6. Never did like the original spoiler. This one has a much more aggressive look without appearing ridiculous as some of the other aftermarket models, and the paint was a perfect match. It reminds me of the spoiler on my 1974 Trans Am I owned many years ago. As the other reviewers stated, the hardest part is removing the factory two-sided tape from the rear deck. A plastic scraper and acetone USED SPARINGLY will eventually work, but you have to be very careful not to scratch the clearcoat finish, although most of it will be covered over by the new spoiler anyway. The holes line up perfectly with the holes in the rear deck, but you have to be very careful to get it right the first time. Once the pre-installed two-sided tape on the new spoiler makes contact with the rear deck of your Mustang, its pretty much stuck for good. In order to get all the holes lined up, I put 1/4" x 1" wooden dowels in the screw holes in the new spoiler and lowered it slowly until the dowels went through the rear deck. Once the spoiler was fully seated I just used pliers to pull the dowels out and the screws went in perfectly. Having someone help you will make this much easier.

      Wordwright

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6 Monterey, TN

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    • 5/5

      February 18, 2011

      Finally!

      Provides excellent look to the car - always disliked the stock spoiler. Easy to install & paint match was great. Can hardly wait foe the snow to go so I can get it out!!

      Scott

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      April 21, 2014

      great addition

      This was the finishing touch to the back end of my 2006 Mustang GT. I love the wing look and this one really delivers.

      StevenTexas

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Richardson, TX

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      March 12, 2013

      I like it

      Pros: Paint to match was spot on; American Muscle does a good job with painting Spoiler fits well and looks great Cons: Packaging was not that great. While the spoiler wasn’t damaged, the box had a couple of puncture holes…the shipper’s problem? I guess, however, the OEM needs to account for potential shipping problems, especially when the customer is paying for painted parts! Instructions were not very good, seems to be a recurring theme for this manufacturer. Example, if you are installing alone, cut the heads off a couple of 2” long bolts and finger tighten into the spoiler, so it makes it easier to align with the holes in the trunk lid. Then remove temporary alignment bolts and install the provided hardware. Other – Removing Adhesive I see that other posters have had issues with adhesive when removing adhesive applied emblems/spoilers, some suggesting using scrappers, and while a plastic scrapper may work, the likelihood of damaging paint is high. Using a length of fishing line, drawn under the part to be removed is a much better method to remove. Simply hold the line in each hand and draw the line back and forth under the item to be removed. After the emblem/part is removed, “adhesive release” will help to remove remaining adhesive. Also, using a 3M “Stripe Off Wheel”, (eraser wheel) is a better method to remove remaining adhesive, vinyl stripes or decals. Around $25 to $30 dollars at most automotive paint supply stores, or the Internet. This is far less costly than having to repaint!

      Chiefengineer

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Walnut Creek, Ca

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 24, 2011

      Love the spoiler

      Pre-painted spoiler very nice. Installation instruction ok if you have a factory spoiler. Mine came without one. there are 4 strips of heavy paper with a hole in the center. Apparently you are supposed to remove the little sticky square that is around the hole and stick it to the spoiler. Then while holding spoiler in place tape the paper strips to the trunk and then slowly remove spoiler so you can drill holes. I reccomend that you drill the two outter holes to aid in securing spoiler to trunk. This area is double wall thick and hollow in the middle. I drilled thru the inner panel with a 1/2" drill bit so I could recess screw and then covered hole with a plastic plug I found at Pep Boys. Over all be patient and careful and it will look great.

      Toyman

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Adams, NY

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    • 5/5

      March 23, 2011

      gt 500 spoiler

      beautiful and piant match was dead on. fast shipping and was not disappointed in the slightest.

      Marc Puhl

      Year: 2009 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      March 18, 2011

      Very nice

      Paint matched perfect and very easy install.

      Justin

      Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 05, 2014

      Looks Great

      This looks great on my 07, but I was a little disappointed it only reused two of the four factory holes. And this spoiler does NOT cover the same surface area as the factory spoiler. Mine being an 07 there is a very noticeable line on the top and bottom from the old spoiler. So you must be prepared to spend a few extra bucks to buff out the difference in the paint.

      JohnysMustang

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6 Alberta, Canada

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      April 27, 2014

      New Look

      The spoiler match my cars paint perfectly. Installation was simple and easy the only thing that takes time is taking off all the old spoilers glue tape. Had to get some car adhesive remover at autozone which help a lot. Other than that the spoiler fits perfect and change the look of the car making it look a lot better than before.

      ACM01

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Austin, TX, USA

      Helpful (1) (0)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 02, 2013

      Spoil Me

      The project took about 2 hours. Longer than I expected due to the massive amount of adhesive that had to be removed. I used Goof Off as the remover. I used Qtips stuck in the spoiler screw holes to help alignment with the holes in the trunk lid. Fit and color were perfect. It looks great.

      Mcnut

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Arroyo Grande, CA, USA

      Helpful (1) (0)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      May 15, 2013

      Review from GT500 Style Rear Spoiler - Unpainted (05-09 All)

      Great looks!

      Great product at a great price! Couldn't be happier!

      jshiff86

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Harrisonburg, VA, USA

      Helpful (1) (0)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      April 03, 2013

      GT 500 Rear Spoiler

      By far the hardest part of the installation was prying the stock spoiler loose and removing the adhesive. A little GooGone and a lot of rubbing with your finger tips. Did it carefully, so that part of the job took a couple of hours. Once everything was clean, I peeled back a couple of corners of the new spoiler's adhesive tape and carefully placed it on the deck lid, lined up the included bolts (just to barely catch the threads of the spoiler). When I knew I had it in place, I removed the adhesive tape slowly, working it from end to end. May have gone a little easier with two people, but I just couldn't wait ! Total time was about 3 hours. Looks awesome !

      Norm53

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Lowell, MA, USA

      Helpful (1) (0)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      February 23, 2013

      gt 500 spoiler

      spoiler looks good although my one complaint is that the bottom of the spoiler was not painted and when dry fitting you could see what appeared to be a light gray line which was actually the portion that was not painted . I had to paint the bottom with touch up paint that i had overall I am pretty happy however for the price paid they could have put at least 1 coat of paint on the bottom

      dan2073

      Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 30, 2012

      Review from GT500 Style Rear Spoiler - Unpainted (05-09 All)

      GT 500 Style Spoiler

      Great looking, great fitting rear spoiler. Best to marking and drilling outer holes,(use all four bolts) so spoiler ends contour to the curve of the trunk. Looks more agressive than factory spoiler. Painted Duplicolor trim black to match my front chin spoiler.

      Hotsauce

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Harrisburg, PA

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