bone stock, but i have made out a list of mods i want to do but apparently you need money to do them
+1000000...ones bone stock, and the other only has sequential lights.bone stock, but i have made out a list of mods i want to do but apparently you need money to do them
It is logical to keep the particular models you have chosen in fairly stock condition. The Bullitt already has a CAI, 3.73 gears, and special tuning that adjusts the motor for different octane grades of gasoline. It doesn't need most of the common upgrades. The Shelby GT is similarly enhanced with a few FRPP additions versus a stock Mustang GT. Your two models may be worth more down the road if kept fairly stock. However, adding certain mods, such as a sequential taillight kit, would be considered an improvement and not detract from their value.I have made no mods to my '07 Shelby GT or my '08 Bullitt. Just wondering if anyone else is a factory stock person, or am I alone in this. I think it comes from years of being into classic Mustangs.
Of course, we can make all the mods we want. Then just compare our own Mustangs with stlwagon's GT and it will make our cars still seem stock.Not sure I should even post in this thread. Lightning might strike me.
That would be Mick... He's got a few other goodies inside but looks stock on the outside.One of our members here on AFM has a stock looking GO STang w/ a Saleen under the hood.