One Mean Pony.
This is my car… I purchased it in November of 2004 and love driving it. In the following slides, I will show pictures of my past cars that started my love for the American Pony. I will then show and talk about my current car where you will see the interior, exterior, engine, suspension etc.
This is My original Mustang. I purchased it in 1996 when I was fourteen. I bought it from my sisters close friend. It was a 1991 Ford Mustang lx with a 5.0 liter engine. It was a fast car, but I decided I wanted a truck, so I traded it off at a local dealership in 1998. I have always regretted it.
Well, after a while, I decided I was more of a car driver than a truck driver, so I decided to look around for another mustang. I found this one in the next state over and purchased it. This was the car that I really started getting into modifications and performance enhancements.
Well, while driving back to college from my Idaho home, I was rear ended by a man going 120 mph. It threw me into the median, and I ended up rolling six times across the oncoming traffic lanes near Layton, UT. I wasn’t wearing my seatbelt and somehow escaped with only some scratches on my legs. It was a very sad thing, but I was very grateful that I had made it out of it without serious injury. I used the money that I received from the wreck to help fund my mission. I didn’t get another car until I got home.
After returning home from my mission, I decided to be more conservative. I purchased a 2000 Chrysler 300m. It was a very comfortable car and always ran great, but I still always had an itch for a Mustang. So…
This is my current car. It’s a 2000 Mustang GT. I have done a lot of things to modify the car, so it is now far from being stock, and it’s pretty quick cruising down the road. I bought the car with 15,000 miles on the odometer and I have put on about 2500 miles. The next three slides will go into the modifications that have been done on the car.
The exterior has the following modifications:
I have put on the following engine/drivetrain modifications:
Put this all together, and it puts out 423 hp from the flywheel on a dyno machine.
Here are the interior modifications:
All of these things make my car one of my favorite hobbies and pass times. It’s the one thing I can do and not think about the other things that are going on or that have to be done.