If I had that much money... I'd probably be terrified to lose it like you hear about so many ppl who don't have that sort of money and then fall into it like lottery winners. Or pro atheletes who come from nothing and leave their league with $40k/mo expenses and 0 investments or retirement or anything at all like TO or AI. Like if I won the lottery... if it was like a powerball ridiculousness one... pay off my mortgage/everything, all my immediate family's stuff, give each one a $million, buy a huge house out in the country somewhere with land where I won't be bothered and invest the rest and live off the interest.
At any rate, trying to get back on topic... It seems like a lot of ppl are under the impression that if you are going to build up any latemodel Mustang, doing anything other than putting a Coyote in it is stupid for some reason. "Just drop in a Coyote crate motor for instant 400whp and all that tech...". Yeah I can supercharge a PI engine and put out the same RWHP numbers as a stock coyote and run over a second faster in the 1/4 easy and still have $4-$5k to play with vs the Coyote swap. As I said, they're going to start being economical in a few years when you can start finding 30-100k mile Coyote motors in the JY for a price that is economical enough to make them worthwhile. Or ppl will start swapping in the 6.2L truck engines with aftermarket cams and all that noise.
I still like my modular with the Teksid option though which I have in the garage on the stand waiting for me to get around to it. I do want to get a hold of another Cobra one day though, if its a 94/95 I can get collector insurance on it to not have to worry about emissions. Same with a 96-up car but being OBD2, its very easy to get them to pass in NJ no matter how many mods you do.
2000 Mustang GT Steeda build #48. Bolt ons, suspension, Novi 2000.
Just because I give you advice, doesn't mean I know more than you. Its just means I've done more stupid ****.