My all stock 1994 Mustang GT

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by Will, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. Will

    Will Active Member

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    I have come to the conclusion that I'm going to keep my 1994 Mustang GT stock. I see threads on here that motivate me to want to go forced induction, body kits, wheels, etc. but I'm a new home owner, and soon to be father so my priorities and goals are changing for my family until I can afford it. This car is priceless to me since as I've said before it belonged to my cousin who passed away and I have memories as a young boy riding in this car. I think keeping this car in good shape and keeping it stock will be the cheapest solution right now. Plus, I see a clean, stock, SN95, in my area just about never anymore. I went ahead and put the factory tribars back on with the 245/45-17s all the way around.

    Next on my list of things to do is change all the weather stripping, new speedometer cover (Mine has scratches on it), put a new odometer gear, (I have to push the trip a few times to set to zero), replace my dash clock (mine stopped working last year), and replace the passenger window motor since my window is clicking.

    After that I am going to work on the suspension. Get all new bushings and probably some new SVE springs all around. The exhaust is all done so that's good. I'll look forward to following you guy's and your build threads. Thanks for looking and sorry for the crappy smart phone pictures.

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  2. D3VST8R96GT

    D3VST8R96GT Well-Known Member

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    Your car looks and sounds great man. Very clean esp for our area!
     
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    I always liked yours man, super clean, very well taken care of. See your car would be the type of Sn95 I'd want, re done nicely, stock, but really well taken care of. I wouldn't want to buy my car, I've changed just about everything you could imagine haha. I'm keeping my motor stock too, besides a few bolt ons and headers. No blower, no hci.
     
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    Thanks guys! D3V, How are those spacers working for you? 5.ohh, I always appreciate your kind words and support.
     
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    Congrats on the baby .
     
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    Sometimes it's refreshing to see a clean STOCK ride. It looks great!
     
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    Thank you! I set up the tripod and took these pictures for our announcement. We are expecting a baby girl in November.


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    Really rare to see a clean, unmolested mustang, props on keeping it that way!
     
  9. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Congrats!

    One of my favorite stock SN. Those tri-spoke wheels look oddly at home, no tri wheel should look that good :p
     
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    Looks great, I'm a big fan of stock. Keeping mine that way too! :)

    *edit* Apart from the chin spoiler haha
     
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    I'm just going to go ahead and call myself the President of the SN95 1994-95 Tri-Bar Appreciation Society. Accepting new members daily.

    I hear you re: leaving it stock. Doing the same with my 04 for the same reason as you, but slightly different circumstances: my daughter is 2 1/2 months old and I'm still making payments on mine. Which means whether or not I can afford to keep it long-term is shaky.
     
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    Congrats on the baby. Yes your life will change......for the GOOD. My daughter is 14 and she has already told me to start saving cause she wants a mustang when she graduates. Kids are great. When I got my 02 GT she thought it was for her.........NOT !!!!!....lol. Don't give up on your hobbies, they will be something you can share with your family.
     
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    Think you are making a smart choice. These cars look nice i their own right. I've grown on the tribars since I bought my car and you obviously have memories with the car as it sits. Some people think just because something is made that it should go on the car, but that is not the case. The suspension is something easier justified because at this point many of these cars have tired suspensions. While a upgraded suspension may only slightly change the look of the car, the handling is a world of a difference and can inspire more confident driving. It's like having a new car again. Just keep up on the basic maintenance and you will enjoy the car for many years to come with your family.