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Old 08-23-2012, 07:27 PM   #1
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Most expensive mod so far

So plasti-dipped the hood vents, have a Procal tuner an oil/air separator... But just spent $4k on a beater for a DD. likely the most expensive mod I'll ever make
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Not sure I could leave my stang at home every time I went to work, but then again I don't have much self control when it comes to my car. +1 to you for keeping the miles off of yours
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Re: Most expensive mod so far

To each his own ... I bought it to drive! But depending on where you live, some people need a beater.
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Steeda intake & tune.
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Yeah... Will suck to leave her at home. Drive 10 miles to work, relight about every half mile ( Dallas), so this will give her a break. Also for family, the kid and the dog can now jump in and tear it up and Dad's blood pressure doesn't spike.

Primer, I saw your list of mods on your rebuild, I am guessing you'll have more than intake and tune by the time your baby is back on the road
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Re: Most expensive mod so far

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To each his own ... I bought it to drive! But depending on where you live, some people need a beater.
I hear ya. That's sorta like building a $4,000 computer and only using it on the weekends. It's going to depreciate any way. Like you said, though, to each their own.

Nice car. =)
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Re: Most expensive mod so far

My most expensive mod, is 1 of 2 on this particular Stang. $1100 for the Boss 302 Intake Manifold, CAI and a tune. I foresee much more expensive ones in the near future however!
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