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Bought my 2013 Ford Mustang GT back in July of 2014. Waited 8 weeks for delivery of my car, and it was everything i expected it to be. When i turned 18 (late 2007) i bough my very first Mustang. A 1996 For Mustang V6, with a manual transmission. Little did i know this would hook me on Mustangs, for life. As I aged, so did my '96 Mustang, so i had to do upkeep and maintenance and replace broken parts. This is where my knowledge base was being built. Replaced the clutch 2 times, suspension, sound systems, lights, exhaust and intake. I loved my car, and then the transmission broke... so it sat for 6 weeks until i bought a 2001 Mustang GT. My 2001 Ford Mustang GT was a whole new driving experience. V8, manual transmission with close to 100 more horsepower than my V6. For the 8 months i owned the car, it just didn't feel right. Wasn't happy driving it, always wanting a little more than what it had. Thus leading me to look into a newer Mustang. Found the one i wanted, and traded the 2001 Mustang GT for a 2013 Mustang GT. Back to my 2013 Mustang GT, and where she started. Bone stock, Chrome Grille inserts (upper and lower). The very first thing i purchased was new grilles (upper and lower) to get rid of the chrome. Then it was set in motion, mods and more mods. Suspension, body stiffening, performance, power, 5 point harness, shifter, you name it i was looking at it and thinking of ways to get it. Now she sits at 420 Whp naturally aspirated with a 12.3 second 1/4 mile time. Sponsored by Buztd Knuckls Garage and Custom Apparel has taken it one step farther. Custom hydrodip and wheel paint to match, has brought home 4 awards in 1, late start, Bay Area show season.
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