Pretty much from the second day I bought it to today. Removed the stripes, raxiom blacked out projector headlights along with raxiom black halos, 3inch cowl hood, vinyl on the sides with it on the roof too, roush spoiler, 15% tint, louvers and side louvers still the same, red powder coated break calipers with slotted and drilled rotors, and 1/2 inch spacers on the rear.
Duraflex bumper cover looks good after a lot of work was not a good purchase wont buy duraflex ever again , VIS carbon hood is sweet tryed an AIT it had poor fit quality got a refund, Incubus 20's, steeda CAI, CBE, Deablosport trinity, 4.10's, MGW Short shifter, FAI power adder is next.
Here are a few pictures of my 06 Mach 1 clone. I got the idea for a Mach 1 clone in 08 or 09 while visiting Lone Star Ford in Houston. They were doing some Mach 1 clones to sell at the dealership. At the time my 06 GT was still pretty new and the red stripes that ran across the top of the car were still very vibrant. As the years passed the red stripes got to be funky looking so I had them removed and had the hood painted matt black like the original Mach 1 cars. I when I got rid of the stripes I also removed the scoops over the quarter windows and added Silver Horse Racing louvered quarter windows. Before pictures with stripes and after pictures without the stripes.
Only had the car for 2 days so more mods to come. So far I got rid of the factory tires and rims and replaced them with some 18" from a 2014 GT and 255/40/18 rear and 245/40/18 front. Also cleaned it and waxed it up. In the process of removing the old stripes and doing a single hood stripe and installing magnaflow axle backs and straight dual pipe instead of the Y. Funny story... the guy at the tire shop put the 255s on one side and the 245s on the other, needless to say the car wasn't driving very straight when I first left the garage!
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