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Old 12-13-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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Opinion/Thoughts anyone?

So, out of curiosity. Just wanna hear people's opinions. I love my Mustang more than anything. But I do have stickers on it, and I do have interior accesories. No modifications, mostly because my parents won't let me... So sometimes, I feel really insecure about my car. Tons of people have such better Mustangs, and it's torture. Lol. Anyone understand where I'm coming from? Ha.
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That's how I felt when I first got mine
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My parents won't allow me to get a V8. So that already sucks. Haha. And I am trying to spend some money I get for Christmas on some mods but my parents will only let me get certain meaningless mods and are even trying to talk me out of it. I'm kinda stuck.
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What do you wanna do. Cause you could easily argue that a cold air intake, exhaust, & even a tune can open up the way your car breathes increasing fuel economy
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Don't let it bother you. Remember that cars are like people and we are all different.
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They already said exhaust and all that stuff is outta the question. They will only let me get certain EXTERIOR mods. Which sucks even worse. It'd be nice if my car SOUNDED good versus looking cooler. Lol.

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Post up. Some pic s. real. Quick
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There's a couple more stickers on the car now.
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Window tint is always one of my first mods. IMO I like red and black together that would be a great theme. some chrome wheels would look good on there too. Is there any specific reasons they won't allow other modifications?
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I'd say to hell with the stickers. If anyone hassles you about it you just tell them you like the clean stock look. As for mods for the exterior id say save your money for real mods for your next car. You will be amazed how quickly you can build up a little nestegg by just setting aside a little money. Then, if you can, get it in the bank and generating interest. At one point I was making 100/Mo in guaranteed interest. I make way more playing stocks now but hell why not? Even now I have a jar that i dump change into or stuff a 20 into whenever I'm responsible with my money. Since late October I've saved up 600$ and its all marked for mods.
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Window tint is always one of my first mods. IMO I like red and black together that would be a great theme. some chrome wheels would look good on there too. Is there any specific reasons they won't allow other modifications?
Dad says if we ever have to get rid of it, mods make the value go down. And he doesn't like mods. He keeps saying he doesn't want mods on his car. And it's not his car... Basically he's strict on the subject. Lol.

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I'd say to hell with the stickers. If anyone hassles you about it you just tell them you like the clean stock look. As for mods for the exterior id say save your money for real mods for your next car. You will be amazed how quickly you can build up a little nestegg by just setting aside a little money. Then, if you can, get it in the bank and generating interest. At one point I was making 100/Mo in guaranteed interest. I make way more playing stocks now but hell why not? Even now I have a jar that i dump change into or stuff a 20 into whenever I'm responsible with my money. Since late October I've saved up 600$ and its all marked for mods.
That's actually a great idea. So do you think I should rid of the stickers? I have a few car club and car meet related stickers on there too though.

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I'd say to hell with the stickers. If anyone hassles you about it you just tell them you like the clean stock look. As for mods for the exterior id say save your money for real mods for your next car. You will be amazed how quickly you can build up a little nestegg by just setting aside a little money. Then, if you can, get it in the bank and generating interest. At one point I was making 100/Mo in guaranteed interest. I make way more playing stocks now but hell why not? Even now I have a jar that i dump change into or stuff a 20 into whenever I'm responsible with my money. Since late October I've saved up 600$ and its all marked for mods.
That's actually a great idea. So do you think I should rid of the stickers? I have a few car club and car meet related stickers on there too though.

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So, out of curiosity. Just wanna hear people's opinions. I love my Mustang more than anything. But I do have stickers on it, and I do have interior accesories. No modifications, mostly because my parents won't let me... So sometimes, I feel really insecure about my car. Tons of people have such better Mustangs, and it's torture. Lol. Anyone understand where I'm coming from? Ha.
No ones Mustang is better than yours...You own a Mustang that puts you ahead of the pack. I saw your pics and your Stang is beautiful I personally love it. I had a 71 Super Beetle Vert and she was rusted up (ahem patena) but I though she was the most beautiful Beetle on earth. I took her to car shows and she just sputtered at the rest of them. Usually had to push her off afterwords but....I loved her and that's all that mattered. People use to point when I drove by only because she was so beautiful.
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No ones Mustang is better than yours...You own a Mustang that puts you ahead of the pack. I saw your pics and your Stang is beautiful I personally love it. I had a 71 Super Beetle Vert and she was rusted up (ahem patena) but I though she was the most beautiful Beetle on earth. I took her to car shows and she just sputtered at the rest of them. Usually had to push her off afterwords but....I loved her and that's all that mattered. People use to point when I drove by only because she was so beautiful.
I really love what you just said. Really boosted my mood about my car just now. Thank you.
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I really love what you just said. Really boosted my mood about my car just now. Thank you.
I'm glad Not everyone gets to drive a MUSTANG feel lucky and proud of your girl. I can tell how much you love her by the pictures you have posted Hell I didnt take pictures like that of my kids I wonder how many others out there take pictures of their cars Honey you are part of the elite group never feel ashamed of your stang...Keep her clean and rest assured others are looking at your ride....
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Dad says if we ever have to get rid of it, mods make the value go down. And he doesn't like mods. He keeps saying he doesn't want mods on his car. And it's not his car... Basically he's strict on the subject. Lol.
I see where he is coming from, but as long as the mods are done right it won't hurt the value, but you'll never get the money back out when you do sell it. Window tint should be an easy argue because you could just say it looks cool and it will keep the interior cooler during the summer, thus keeping it in better condition. Next I would say shortie antenna and a 3rd brake light decal that says mustang. Both of those are cheap and there is no strong reason to say no. Basically anything that can be reverted back to factory in a matter of minutes are the type of things it would be hard for him to say no to. Right now what I've done to my car is: white face gauges, 3rd brake light decal, shortie antenna and rear bumper letter inserts (you won't be able to do those on your car) and the guy who had it before me put a cold air intake, rims, window tint, and exhaust stuff. I do have a lot more planned, but as of right now it is by no means a show car, but it stands out in the crowd of dirty, unkept, and older cars.
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Thank you so much. It means a lot. And I actually made my Stang a boy. I know stangs are meant to be girls, and people nag me about it, but he's a boy to me, so I never listen to them. I've been a Mustang girl since I was about 4. I love them to death, and so I do feel extremely lucky.

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I see where he is coming from, but as long as the mods are done right it won't hurt the value, but you'll never get the money back out when you do sell it. Window tint should be an easy argue because you could just say it looks cool and it will keep the interior cooler during the summer, thus keeping it in better condition. Next I would say shortie antenna and a 3rd brake light decal that says mustang. Both of those are cheap and there is no strong reason to say no. Basically anything that can be reverted back to factory in a matter of minutes are the type of things it would be hard for him to say no to. Right now what I've done to my car is: white face gauges, 3rd brake light decal, shortie antenna and rear bumper letter inserts (you won't be able to do those on your car) and the guy who had it before me put a cold air intake, rims, window tint, and exhaust stuff. I do have a lot more planned, but as of right now it is by no means a show car, but it stands out in the crowd of dirty, unkept, and older cars.
Alright, I will see about the antenna and 3rd brake light decal. Thanks!
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My apologies to the Stang....He's just pretty enough to ne a girl

I wonder where the idea came from for vehicles to be female? Because they are AWESOME?????? My VW was a female her name was FeeBee. My Stangs name is WhiteLightening which could be male or female.....Gender frendly.

He/She goes both ways
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My apologies to the Stang....He's just pretty enough to ne a girl

I wonder where the idea came from for vehicles to be female? Because they are AWESOME?????? My VW was a female her name was FeeBee. My Stangs name is WhiteLightening which could be male or female.....Gender frendly.

He/She goes both ways
I know, me too! To me, since I am attached to my car, it makes more sense for me for it to be male, I guess. I named him after my hero, plus it's a simple name. I know a lot of stock mustangs are named just simple things. Lol.
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Although I'm considering changing it to a female. Because I have female accesories on the car, and it's a V6. And thinking about naming it Little Red. Haha.
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Don't fret, my parents were the same way. When I moved out on my own and bought my own vehicles there was nothing up for debate.

Btw, I actually got 2k over market value on my v6 when I sold it because of the mods...
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did your parents buy the car or did you? if they did and they don't want mods just save your money till you own it...or buy your own mustang. just don't get discouraged..when i was younger i wasn't allowed to mod my car at the time. so i did it anyways...easier to ask for forgiveness then permission
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Don't fret, my parents were the same way. When I moved out on my own and bought my own vehicles there was nothing up for debate.

Btw, I actually got 2k over market value on my v6 when I sold it because of the mods...
Yeah, I'm ready to move out and be able to put stuff on my car without permission.

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did your parents buy the car or did you? if they did and they don't want mods just save your money till you own it...or buy your own mustang. just don't get discouraged..when i was younger i wasn't allowed to mod my car at the time. so i did it anyways...easier to ask for forgiveness then permission
We got it on an even trade. No money paid. And yeah, once I'm able to, and I save up money, I'm putting stuff on the car. Lol. Might be able to get something with christmas money. Haha.
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i just got my 05 GT about a month ago i payed for it myself and my parents dont want me to mod my car performance wise. i just look at it as better MPG and less wear on the engine. the only "performance" mods ive done was a axle-back exhaust and other then that i dont plan on modding my car other then the appearance and a new sound system... for now lol.
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i just got my 05 GT about a month ago i payed for it myself and my parents dont want me to mod my car performance wise. i just look at it as better MPG and less wear on the engine. the only "performance" mods ive done was a axle-back exhaust and other then that i dont plan on modding my car other then the appearance and a new sound system... for now lol.
It sucks not being able to put mods on the car. Performance mods. But I guess it IS better on the car. Haha. One day I hope to get a V8 and put a good amount of performance and exterior mods on it. Lol.
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It sucks not being able to put mods on the car. Performance mods. But I guess it IS better on the car. Haha. One day I hope to get a V8 and put a good amount of performance and exterior mods on it. Lol.
Don't worry. In time to will be able to upgrade and get a V8. I was in your situation before too. And now I upgraded and bought a Shelby. Just have to hang in there and save money and make a plan.
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At least you have a nice car, there's many people in this world that can't afford to put gas into a car. I think you have a nice car, I respect any model car as long as the owner shows their car respect. I can't stand people that treat their car like crap it drivers me crazy, as far as the stickers go its your car if you want stickers on it then do it! It's what you like not everyone else, I have a couple stickers on mine cause I liked them. What makes modding cars so great is so many people have so many styles it would be so boring if we all liked the same thing.
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At least you have a nice car, there's many people in this world that can't afford to put gas into a car. I think you have a nice car, I respect any model car as long as the owner shows their car respect. I can't stand people that treat their car like crap it drivers me crazy, as far as the stickers go its your car if you want stickers on it then do it! It's what you like not everyone else, I have a couple stickers on mine cause I liked them. What makes modding cars so great is so many people have so many styles it would be so boring if we all liked the same thing.
+1 such a great response, completely agree!
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...when i was younger i wasn't allowed to mod my car at the time. so i did it anyways...easier to ask for forgiveness then permission
slosix, I hope your kidding because that's horrible advise.

As a parent myself, this would a great way to lose the trust of your parents.

OP, you are already doing the most important thing, loving your ride. It's all about how YOU want your ride to look, sound, and perform. Since there are some things you can't do yet, try to focus on the things you can do. Also, try to save a little money along the way. You'll have a well kept great looking Mustang. You never know, when your parents see how you take care of your car, they may change their minds in what they allow you to do.
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slosix, I hope your kidding because that's horrible advise.

As a parent myself, this would a great way to lose the trust of your parents.

OP, you are already doing the most important thing, loving your ride. It's all about how YOU want your ride to look, sound, and perform. Since there are some things you can't do yet, try to focus on the things you can do. Also, try to save a little money along the way. You'll have a well kept great looking Mustang. You never know, when your parents see how you take care of your car, they may change their minds in what they allow you to do.
Yeah, that's true. I'm planning on starting to save now. So when I am able to get mods, I have money to do it.

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At least you have a nice car, there's many people in this world that can't afford to put gas into a car. I think you have a nice car, I respect any model car as long as the owner shows their car respect. I can't stand people that treat their car like crap it drivers me crazy, as far as the stickers go its your car if you want stickers on it then do it! It's what you like not everyone else, I have a couple stickers on mine cause I liked them. What makes modding cars so great is so many people have so many styles it would be so boring if we all liked the same thing.
By far one of the best responses. I appreciate it. And it drives me crazy to when people disrespect their car, it's disgusting.

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Don't worry. In time to will be able to upgrade and get a V8. I was in your situation before too. And now I upgraded and bought a Shelby. Just have to hang in there and save money and make a plan.
I know it will take time, but I'm really hoping to get a Shelby or Roush. But my goal for now is to get a V8, because thinking of getting a Shelby or Roush now at 18 is not a great idea because the chances of getting one anytime soon are slim. Lol.
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You might not be able to put mods on it but look at it this way, you're young and you drive a stang. Your car is already cooler than most of the ones your friends drive. Since you say you're a Mustang girl and wish you had a V8 already you're definitely going to want to get a GT down the road. So I think it'd be best to leave Little Red as it is and start saving for a GT because that in itself is one hell of a "mod".
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I agree with them! Just have fun with it now and wait till later! This way you don't have to give your dad a hernia either lol. Haha your car is beautiful ...
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You might not be able to put mods on it but look at it this way, you're young and you drive a stang. Your car is already cooler than most of the ones your friends drive. Since you say you're a Mustang girl and wish you had a V8 already you're definitely going to want to get a GT down the road. So I think it'd be best to leave Little Red as it is and start saving for a GT because that in itself is one hell of a "mod".
Thanks, I totally understand what you're saying. I feel pretty darn lucky right about now. I appreciate what you said. And I can't wait to get a GT down the road. Lol.

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I agree with them! Just have fun with it now and wait till later! This way you don't have to give your dad a hernia either lol. Haha your car is beautiful ...
Hahaha that is true. And thank you. And I've seens yours. Your car is beautiful too by the way.
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Hahaha that is true. And thank you. And I've seens yours. Your car is beautiful too by the way.
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Also might keep in mind what the Insurance would cost for a young female in a GT. You are probably a rider on your parents insurance right now
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