1 - Does anyone else who owns a GTS find the shifter in general to be further forward then a GT? After driving my buddy's 94 GT, it seemed like I had to lean forward much more to shift in my 95 GTS. (Still doesnt stop me from grabbin a couple when a civic tries to run w/me!) 2 - my EX decided to kick in my drivers side lamp (the corner with the blinker part) and as such I need to replace it. The part came in today but I live in Mass and if anyone follows the weather it was 8 degrees outside. Is there anyway I can install this without getting under the car? So my warning... this is my first post and as such wanted to share in my story. Last may I bought a 95 Mustang for 6 grand with 82000 "highway" miles. The car was supposedly bone stock. The first thing I noticed on the test drive was that there was no way the shifter came from the factory. I finally got the guy to admit it was a pro 5.0., even though this was his "wife's car." Which was fine cause I planned on getting one anyway. As the test drive continues, I find the car has much more pull then any of the previous 5 test drives I went on. (Im 20 and really shopped around before I dropped 6 gs on a car, especially because I'm in college and we all know how cheap that is I checked everything I could think of before I bought it, and I drove it home happy I had talked the guy down from 7200. I dynoed it the next day and it had 221 rwhp and 291 lbtq. Well thats kinda wierd from a stock 95 GT, I was thinking like 190 / 270. After closer inspection, the car had been chipped and had 3.27s in the back. And the rear spoiler was put on after, the guy had put it on himself because he thought it looked naked, the car was actually a real GTS. Even though I dont regret my purchase at all, I could have talked him down more I bet and Im also pretty sure that those werent all high way miles!!!