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2006 v6 or 2002 gt

What's up guys my name is Christian Neal, I wanted y'alls opinions on if I should keep my 2006 v6 mustang or buy my buddy's 2002 gt mustang?

My v6 has a lot of mods done to it
Throttlebody spacer
91 octane race tune
Lowered 2" all the way around
American thunder flow master muffler
And few others, My car has around 140k miles and I know my car only pushes around 210 hp stock, but his gt has 200k miles and is bone stock and I know that year model is only pushing about 260 hp stock, what do you guys think on the situation? Keep my v6 or go for the older gt?

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I'd keep what ya got. You know your car and it has 60,000 less miles, if a GT is your end goal find one that is more of a win for you. Just my thought, best of luck with whatever you decide.

Engine mods - all stock, trust me, wanna run??!!!
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