Well, I've had it with my GT. As some of you know from a previous thread, my car has had some serious issues in it's past that I was not told about, actually, I was lied to about, when I bought the car. The original motor was blown up, the new motor has had a cylinder head cracked and replaced, the tranny was blown and replaced, the rear end was blown and replaced, and the clutch and flywheel were destroyed and replaced before I owned it. That tells me the car had the shyt beaten out of it. On top of that, since I bought it, I've been back to the dealership 5 times with the car because of starting issues, and now the car just not running. Originally, they said the starting was because of the fuel pump. I had it replaced, and it didn't fix a thing. Then it was supposedly the fuel filter, but again, no fix. The other night, while driving, the car totally died on me on the highway. I had to have it towed to the dealer, and they told me the fuel module had died. I was already pissed, but told them to fix it. I pick it up today, and make it 30 miles away and it does it again. This time I towed it back and went apeshyt on them. I'm sorry, but a 32000 mile GT should not have these problems, or that history. Not to mention I've been at the dealers every two weeks, and they didn't disclose all the problems in the car's past, even though I asked for reports. Basically, I told them that they're taking the car back in trade for the full purchase price, and finding me a 2004 dark shadow grey Mach 1 with a 5 speed and IUP. I'm willing to pay the difference, but they're not making another dime on me. I also told them that they're installing a lojack and alarm in the Mach, like I did on the GT, out of their pocket. If they don't, It's Lemon Law time. As soon as I said that, they tweeked and started looking for a Mach on their computers. So, hopefully within a week I'll be rolling in a 32V Mach. Thankfully, most of the mods like my shifter, quadshocks, silverstars, billet stuff, and springs swap over, and I can sell the supercharger I bought for the car, along with my Roush CAI, Mach chin and grill kits, and other little bits. I'll have to eat the cost of having my sound system installed in the GT, but I get a Mach 460 system in the Mach, and I'll just install my Basslink into the new car myself and sell the other components I bought. I'll have to lose my adjustable clutch cable kit too, because I had to break the stock stuff to get it off the car. That's ok, because I test drove a Mach at another dealership yesterday, and I love the clutch feel in it. Even though I've felt like for the last two days, I'll be once I get the Mach.