I'm just going to go ahead and post up a build thread. It'll be slow since I generally like to gather all of the parts I need before starting anything. Just to start, you can read a little bit of my history and about acquiring the car in my introduction thread here: http://www.sn95forums.com/showthread.php?72749-Old-member-returning TL;DR: I joined the site a long time ago when I had a difference PG Cobra and wanted to get another one. Decided to get a clean low mile example. So, the car is in great shape and has only 68k miles. My goals overall are to have a car that is comfortable and capable. After having quite a few truly excellent sports cars in my past, the Cobra feels a little weak and definitely way too loose in the suspension. Ideally, I'd like to have it ride, handle, stop and go like my old 1LE Camaro. Probably an impossible task given how dated the chassis and suspension components are in comparison, but I'm going to do my best. In order of modifications, I will start with brakes and suspension, then power mods. I am firmly of the belief that you should only have as much power as the car can safely handle and I think the stock 305hp of the Cobra is all the stock car can handle. Onto pictures and where I am currently. So, here's the car when it was on the dealer lot: And after I got it home: At this point, I started maintenance including some autolite iridium plugs, FRPP 9mm wires, fuel filter, trans fluid, air filter, and I had to replace a bad drivers side window regulator. That sucked. After that, I started mods. Shifter replaced with a Steeda Tri-ax: Old: New. Not pictured, but I also cut some thick 1" foam to put around the base for noise control: Installed my Sirius XM radio: Love how clean this car is: I got a steal of a deal on a new set of Russell braided brake lines. The stock brakes are in great shape and I've always thought they were adequate for this car. If I do any further upgrades, it won't be for a long while. The stainless lines helped take just that little bit of sponginess out of the pedal: In the meantime, I've acquired a set of Steeda Aluminum LCA's (thanks to a member on here), a set of Saleen Racecraft springs, and a set of UPR CC plates (which I may replace with a 4 bolt design CC plate later). I was going to wait until I had everything to do the suspension, including a MM Panhard bar, new shocks/struts and a set of Eibach sways, but I decided I could go ahead and knock the rear LCA's out in an afternoon. Old: New: That brings me to current. I haven't gotten a ton done on it to this point, but I'll update the thread as I go.