[QUOTE='66 coupe]While there are people out there who don't touch their Mustangs as far as mods go, I wouldn't say they're a majority. Instead the aftermarket is booming because people want to mod their Mustang with the money they saved on the sticker price. And that's where I see Ford's marketing as pure genius. Instead of charging people for something they MIGHT not have wanted, they stick to the basics just to move their product. What's better, selling a few expensive cars, or A LOT of cheap ones? Then to top it off they have Ford Racing for those that want new rims, cylinder heads, gears, etc...[/QUOTE] i didn't say that meant they keep them stock, but i wouldn't consider a bolt on GT a drag car or someone that's a drag racer. To me someone who guts the interior, puts in a cage, has slicks on, and not street legal is a drag car and more than likely a drag racer. just stating that people don't mind a hit in power because they not trying to be tenth's faster at the strip, but of course mustangs are hard to find bone stock, because they are made to be tweaked with. but to add on what you were saying, yes...the beauty is that Ford has made it possible for the people who want more to get more, not exactly having to pay more for something you don't need in your mind.Basically why they had the 4 and 6cyl mustangs made, for people that don't care for the power or can't afford or want to pay for the higher models, a way to still have one. even the v6's have aftermarket support for those wanting more, and obviously you know that as well as me.