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Here's a link to the Sierra Madre kit on the left, but you can just as easily source SS hardware from your local ACE.
If it were me, I might be tempted to use some sort of security screw if you ever leave your car unattended for any length of time.
i used square drive screws/bolts, readily available
You've got to call them "Robertson" screws or Canada Bob will set you straight! But good idea if you're concerned about theft.
I have 4 grille badges, S.O.C., Spyderclub, the 2006 Carlisle Badge Gordon did, and an A.D.A.C. badge. I'm not worried about theft of the badges. They'll just take the whole car.
Should be able to barely reach thru the air vents on reverse of lid.
Very nicely done.
I saw some guy use hook type plastic anchors around a grill from the back side and even a SS plate would of been nice too In the end there are many ways to skin a cat
I just installed 2 badges using badge adapters I bought on eBay and Amazon. The kit consists of a domed hard plastic piece with 2 foam tape pieces for the two sides. The domed piece gives you a flat surface to go against the grille.
I used them to protect the grille and to hold the badge in place until I got the screws installed.
I decided to reposition one of the badges and it was quite difficult to remove with just the foam tape holding it. These adapters could probably be used without using the screws.