My 1994 Mustang GT showroom clean/the sleeper....

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    104,000 miles when i bought it now its at 107,000 miles. Interior is all factory except for a Kenwood headunit. MODS: BBK ceramic coated shorty headers, BBK catless x-pipe, Flowmaster 40 series catback. BBK underdrive pullies. BBK cold air intake. Ported and polished heads. High flow fuel pump. Custom Dyno tuned. 3:73 gear. Hurst short throw shifter. 96-98 17 inch mustang gt wheels. It was wet sanded, buffed, and waxed 5 times since ive bought it. I own a detailing buisness plus the car needed it. I re-pin striped the car. The factory pin stripes were worn. Its a sleeper. Its my baby.
     
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    Excellent looking car!!!!
     
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    Looks good!
     
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    thank you!!! it took some time to make it shine up like brand new showroom material!!
     
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    Very nice looking 94.

    GT40 lower huh? Probably wouldn't quite believe anything you were told be the previous owner.
     
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    yeah its not stock tho. i know that for sure. the guy i purchased it from just told me he dumped 4 grand into the car. i met up with him to see it, i drove it and i pounded on it and for a 5.0L full bolt ons, the car flys. I walked an EVO just yesterday and i was door to door with an 84 fox body 331 stroker and a c4 trans. i got next to him was in 2nd gear at around 40mph 3500rpms and the engine was at the right rpm range and i waited and then just nailed it went first and i had him by a car car and a half. i got off of it he came on and he hit it and i nailed it again in 2nd and we were door to door. its a fast car i really wish the previous owner kept all the receipts!!
     
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    welcome to the forum and FYI a lot of us have our background settings set to dark grey/black and even with all caps its hard to read black writing on it. Must be pretty stout to be smoking evo's and keeping up with 331s congrats.
     
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    Welcome. Please don't leave the interior or exterior stock. These cars are meant to be modified.

    "All original" is cool if your car is from the 60's... that's about it.
     
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    yeah i got lucky when i found this one. its a screamer.
     
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    I could not agree more. I have to laugh a little that when there is an all original one the best compliment they can give it is that "its so clean". To me clean = boring, unoriginal, uninteresting. I can not even imagine how someone can get a mustang and then just be happy to change the oil at the most.
     
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    Welcome to the forum. I'm sure the longer you hang around, the more money you will want to spend on mods. Great looking car
     
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    really clean 96 you got right there!! beautiful car. what do you have done to it?
     
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    I am curious. I have a similar looking '02 GT. It's immaculate except for the front bumper. You said you wet sanded it and then buffed it?
     
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    Nice ride
     
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    I wouldn't modify anything if it didn't "appear" as though it could have been stock. Not to interested when they paint that door cup and radio bezel body color. Stock two tone is fine, otherwise make it black. Subtle is sharp.
     
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    I'm diggin' the sleeper look! Great job!:thumbsup:
     
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    Buffed 5 times! WOW, now come over and help me with mine...I gots a bad case of the swirlies! Nice ride!