THe irony here is, modern "muscle car" guys have all these opinions and rules about what they don't need or want on a muscle car, but if you actually went back to the 60's/70's heydey of cars they want to identify with, back before dudes driving musclecars actually cared about being called a muscle car, Ibet they'd be happy as hell for every extra bell and whistle they could have gotten as an option.
To suggest that someone is not a real mustang guy because they don't want their Mustang stripped down and bare bones is pretty illogical.
2012 Kona Blue
GT Prem, 401A (Charc + Blue), MT, 3.73, HIDs, Glass Roof, Electronics, Rear Sense + Security, Rear View Cam. JHR bracket, FRPP, Steeda Sport Springs, Pro Action Dampers, adj Panhard, J&M Camber Plates
2004 Xterra (Sold) 2000 AltezzaRS (AKA-Lexus IS200 Sold)
"Mustangs are like good looking women. You can spend a lot of money dressing them up, but really they just look better naked."