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What are you using for your rear plate frame?

This is what I just installed on my 2014 Stingray. It looks awesome and now people will know what type of car it is. It is a throwback but it works very well.

By the way, I also installed an OEM Stingray on the right rear bumper below the taillight and centered with the light; it's really a nice addition that is missing on such a beast! :)

What do you think?

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To each his own a bit dated. I can't post my rear frame. It is chrome and flares upward to the left and right at an angle with horizontal strips with space in between. It fills the space beautifully not cheap around $140 definitely beats the square frame. If you look for it made specifically for the C-7. When you find it I guarantee you will retire that frame. Good Luck
 

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Tpalmst, think is this what you are describing. Comes in both chrome and carbon fiber look.


I have this on my C6 Z06. It is beautiful, fits the rear fascia real nicely. Do not like, however, keeping all those rectangles clean, free of dust, and even harder when it is first dusty, and then you drive on wet pavement, it becomes even more of a real pain. Again, love its looks, but will pass on it for those reasons for my 2015 Corvette.
 

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Hi:
I ordered the Carbon Flash OEM rear frame for mine. As I also did with the front bracket. Since I have gone carbon flash crazy with my trim and accents I thought they would fit nicely.
Next will be a set of the Carbon flash emblems and side mounted stingrays as seen on the Atlantic and Pacific Editions.:cool:
 

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What are you using for your rear plate frame?

This is what I just installed on my 2014 Stingray. It looks awesome and now people will know what type of car it is. It is a throwback but it works very well.

By the way, I also installed an OEM Stingray on the right rear bumper below the taillight and centered with the light; it's really a nice addition that is missing on such a beast! :)

What do you think?

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I have this one, but in Chrome.
 
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Awesome!

I was torn between chrome and black but ended with the black version. I know it is a throwback from years ago but it looks sweet and represents many years of the Stingray.
 

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I went with a plain satin black frame with caps that cover the screws. I think the rear of the car is beautiful and I didn't want anything back there other than the plate, which is required. The black blends with the rear fascia, so all you really see is the plate. I plan to paint it carbon flash to match the fascia at some point to make it even more invisible.
 

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Very nice My Krazy Dream!
 

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To each his own a bit dated. I can't post my rear frame. It is chrome and flares upward to the left and right at an angle with horizontal strips with space in between. It fills the space beautifully not cheap around $140 definitely beats the square frame. If you look for it made specifically for the C-7. When you find it I guarantee you will retire that frame. Good Luck
Yep, here is the chrome... ImageUploadedByTapatalk1402719391.777186.jpg
 
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