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I bought this car after selling my 2013 Mustang GT because I no longer wanted a car note that came with the 2013. I had joked for a while about if there was a Mystic Cobra for sale when I sell my car then I'll buy it. Well low and behold the day the sale for my 2013 goes through I spot this Mystic for sale. After checking the car out and seeing it was fine mechanically but cosmetically it needed work (and by work I mean a complete respray and some body work) I decided to buy it. After buying and realizing how bad the fox chassis is compared to the S197 I knew it was going to need some serious upgrading, While the exact plans for the car still change day to day they all point towards a car that can handle and brake like a race car while still be street legal, power is not a primary concern for me since it will stay N/A, instead reducing weight will be focused on more than power. For the first stage of upgrades I'm looking at setting up the car like a Camaro Mustang challenge car and learn the car and its quirks that way all the while improving both the car and the driver. Afterwards maybe I'll set it up for American Iron and go have some fun, but still street able no matter how extreme it may seem for the street. Now I realize using a Mystic Cobra isn't the best starting point with the price of the paint but this car already 1 quarter panel replaced so its no longer a numbers matching car and no longer a high valued car, just a Cobra with really expensive paint.
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