Joined: Jun 2014
Location: The Bluegrass State
I think wheels and tires make or break a vehicle. You can really alter the personality of a car with that one simple (yet expensive) mod.
I'm one of those guys who likes cars to be original or close to it, so I haven't done a lot of cosmetic stuff to mine other than the wheels and tires. I'm focused primarily on maintaining a clean and good looking original specimen, because it's hard to find older Mustangs that haven't been ridden hard and hung up wet.
Other than that, my money goes into performance. I don't have much to spend on it, but with the few mods in my signature mine put down an extra 40 HP/50 lbs. ft. of torque over stock on the dyno last month.
2003 Mach 1 - TR3650 - Ford Performance aluminum shaft - Mac O/R H-pipe - Airbox modification - 17% tint
Gone but not forgotten:
2001 GT auto in Zinc Yellow-Flowmaster mufflers - Pypes O/R H pipe-Eibach Sportline springs/Koni STR.T shocks-AMR wheels w/ 315/35 MT Street Comps-FR 3.73s-Blankenship Performance tuning-Steeda Under-drive pulleys-BBK CAI-AcuFab 70mm TB