35th Anniv Hello, I'm the new guy....

Discussion in 'Special Production' started by t00sl0w, Nov 28, 2012.


  1. t00sl0w

    t00sl0w Member

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    I bought a mustang that had been parked out behind a garage for a couple of years, and guess what? It's a 35th anniversary edition! I've got repairs done and cleaned it up. I think it's all stock other than loud mufflers. I can tell it took damage to rear and front passenger from the diff shades of black and the orange peel in the paint. My very first question is: Is this car worth enough being the special edition to paint it and leave it alone, or should I start doing all the modifications I'm dying to do?
  2. VOORHEES

    VOORHEES Stangnet's "35th Limited Edition" VIN Guy Mod Dude

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    My opinion has always been to keep it stock appearing, but performance mods are more than OK. I just think the "Limited Edition" GT is such a great looking car the way it came.

    Good luck and post some pics of the car and your progress.

    -Jason

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