This is my Mustang since 1985. Her nickname is Peg. Her full name is Durden's Pegasus. I drove her in high school, college, and to work. She's my best friend, and I love her dearly. Saying my Mustang is "just a car" is like saying a game bred pit bull is "just a dog".<br /> <br /> I've screwed up every imaginable thing with her, and she's forgiven me every time. I think she loves me, too.<br /> <br /> Right now she's pretty hefty built for a classic. She's running a solid lifter professionally built 409 stroker (351W) that dynos a hair over 500hp. It's hooked to a toploader and then a disc brake 9" rear. Yeah, it's sort of an old school setup, but it's been solid and untouched since 1994 with SERIOUS driving.<br /> <br /> Suspension is pretty decent i.e. negative wedge kit, roller perches, and all that jazz. I've got welded in body connectors, a GOOD roll cage, and discs all around. I prefer Toyo rubber, but they discontinued my T1-S gems. I'm running Yokes now, and I must say I'm pleased.<br /> <br /> This is a daily driver i.e. she works for a living. She'll carry a baby seat, Walmart bags, or my dogs to the vet. I'd rather be driving her than about anything in the world, ALTHOUGH I do enjoy watching my wife drive her, too (she's an S/N founding member, too). I look forward to seeing my son learn from her, as well.