Name is Mat, and I'm currently living in Northern NJ. Former Marine Infantry, now installing home theater and CCTV/security systems. Picked up my 4th Mustang a couple months ago. It's a 1994 GT 5.0 5 speed car, and I've been busy as hell on the weekends trying to get it up to par ever since. Had a lot of little mechanical issues, and suspension was shot. I've done new shocks, struts, rear UCA's and LCA's, reinstalled the improperly installed Ram clutch(previous owner), new clutch cable, new throw out bearing, new belt, new battery, new temp sending unit, new thermostat, fixed speaker wiring issues, added hood pins to the aftermarket hood, and cleaned up the engine bay a little. Still have a lot to do before I can start fixing the body work it needs from previous owner getting side swiped by a deer. Still have new gauges to put in so I can replace the improperly installed white face overlays(previous owner), and a new radiator air deflector I'll probably put on tomorrow after work. Then I'll probably be doing a new set of tires and a windshield since this one has a crack. Also looking into replacing the set of Underdrive Pulleys put on by the previous owner, since fixing the temperature gauge has shown me the car runs on the high side of normal. But finding a stock water pump pulley is proving to be difficult. Just need the pulley, it has a new water pump. Well that's about it. Been 5 years since my last Mustang, and even with the issues, feels good to be in a Mustang again. Other Mustangs were a '99 Cammed V6 that I loved, '98 Stock GT that I sold before really doing anything with or getting to enjoy it, and an '89 5.0 Supercharged Hatch. How the engine bay looked before... How it looks after a little neatening up. Still have to replace the plugs, wires, and coil, but at least they're not wrapped around the intake tube anymore.