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Old 08-17-2015, 11:54 AM   #1
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Sorry guys, i dont ever post this much, but i finally got my mustang in my hands! In May, the transmission went bad and i had to take it to a shop. I know it took me 2.5 months to get it back but i really got a great deal. It only cost me 1300 to rebuild it. Now i can install my mods that been sitting here. First picture is when i got it back yesterday. After i spent 2.5 hrs washing the interior and the outside, it turned out like this.

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Wow looks great after the wash! Wants mods r u doing? I bet it's nice being back!


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For a car with a quarter of a million miles on it; it sure doesn't look like it. Cleans up quite nice. Looking forward to see what mods are in store for her. And show off that Texas pride!


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For a car with a quarter of a million miles on it; it sure doesn't look like it. Cleans up quite nice. Looking forward to see what mods are in store for her. And show off that Texas pride!


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The guy before me was an older person and mad long trips. He took it easy and just rode highways all day. But its smooth. I only got a tune soo far for performance .

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