So the 1.5 liter Heritage owners can make their cars appear to be 2.0 liter Heritage Limited models.
Well, not quite the same thing, but fun nonetheless.
I used to drive a 69 back in the mid 70s, That was a while ago, but hence my liking of badge and my BS doesnt have any other bades on door so to me not too much, as I have said before to each his own.A 1968 Bronco Sport - note the fender badges! I think they are a great retro look, however could clash with other, modern style cues. I don't think it would look right, next to the Badlands (or other) badge on the door (this add-on badge going on the fender). Our fender area for this is also a little small and -- I think that fake fender vent should be deleted. That said, the trim level badge and fake vent are modern touches that aren't all bad -- but I think they'll clash with this new retro badge.
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