Well, I sold my 95 a few months ago and I started craving another SN...so I found a guy selling a 94 GT and bought it this past Tuesday. The car has a CAI and a cat-back exhaust. Other than that it is bone stock. It has that awesome Mustang sound that we all love. The car runs good as is. The body is solid but it will need a paint job. The drivers door will need the hinge replaced and it needs some overall attention but nothing major. It is in DD condition. The car runs and drives good for its age and mileage. My plans for it are to do some minor mods and enjoy the car. I plan to keep all the smog stuff including cats. And I plan to keep the stock heads, cam, and intake manifold. I do plan to do a moderate compression 331 stroker and a blower (with the stock top-end). I'm gonna use 3.55 gears and I might keep the stock header/H-Pipe set-up. I will see where those mods get me and maybe upgrade more extensively down the road. You may be asking why I plan on using a stroker kit and S/C with smog equipment, stock HCI, exhaust manifolds, and H-Pipe. Sounds kinda silly right? Well I plan to do this because I want it to look like a stock engine with a blower. But I also figure that down the road I may wanna unleash all the power I'll be leaving on the table. When that day comes I can just do a top end kit since I'll already have a stroker engine. Another reason is because I wanna mod the car and make it as fast as possible while retaining that Mustang sound...for now!! I gotta say, I am in love with the way the car sounds. It sounds soo good that I like driving it almost as much as I like driving my Camaro!! So we shall see. I might start a build thread. Stay tuned!! BTW, can you guys tell me how much I can mod without losing that traditional sound? I figure I will lose it if I swap the OEM top end but what about ported heads or GT-40 stuff? Any advice?