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A friend has a '95 mustang and is wondering what to do with it. I'm saying put on a new front bumper, with smoked lamps all around, deep box-type lower grille, big flares to conceal 1-1.5 foot wide wheels, twin hood scoops, with a supercharger underneath, of course, and a huge trapizoidal rear diffuser. Oh, yeah, make the hood come down over the old upper grille, and put a huge black-chrome 2010 mustang logo on it. Did I mention I want him to paint it matte black with electric-blue ghost flames. Oh, and black out the wheels and glass. Did I mention it's a hard-top?
I think he should sell it and buy an Echo.
Or do all of the above to an Echo.
Hey, I sketched it. it looked good.
beaterworld is still here?
beaterworld wrote: Hey, I sketched it. it looked good.
In that case, would you be able to scan the sketch and post it here? If it looks good, I'd love to see it.
Please burn the donk Mustang with fire! :shudders:
Seriously, a 94-95 Mustang with a 3.8 and 24 inch wheels must have a 0-60 time of, oh, never.
Not to even mention the fact that the brakes are barely adequate on a regular LX with the stock rubber and 15 inch wheels.
Where is my sad banana emoticon?
Why do bad people happen to good Mustangs?
MiatarPowar wrote: Do this:
gotta love those lambo doors in the background. I worked a part-time job once where a guy had a cavalier with lambo style doors. He always left his doors in the up position so everyone would know he spent money on his lambo doors. He was really, really a cool guy.
This is my favorite lambo door picture. And old-y but goody.
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