Gen 5 to 6: 2005 – Present
2007 Mustang GT Coupe (Heavily Modified) 835 HP, 840 lbs TQ
Black with Silver Stripes
Ford Racing 5.3L, Big Bore Stroker
Tremec T56 Magnum XL, 6 Speed
Whipple SC, 10 Rib Belt Drive, Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams, Ford Racing CNC Ported Heads, Kook's LT Headers, 4:10 Gears, Mcleod RXT Twin Disc Clutch, Aluminum Drive Shaft, Moroso 7 QT Oil Pan, HD Fluidyne Rad, Plus Much, much more ...
2011 Mustang GT Premium with a Six Speed, Performance White
During the summer of 2017, I purchased this 2011 Mustang to help keep the miles low on my 1979 Cobra. I wanted something a bit newer to have some fun and travel with. Plus a full day of driving the Cobra can be a bit rough on the back. This Mustang is all original and unmodified. That is very important to me. The Mustang only had 7400 miles on the odometer and was well optioned. That has now increased to just under 10,000 miles as I bought it to have fun with.
Fred & Kate Barras
2006 Black Mustang, Pony Package, Automatic.
Dual Exhaust, cold air kit, agent 47 mirrors, SHR window louvers, billet gas door. Cervini Stalker Hood and struts, flat black stripe, tinted windows and front chin spoiler.
Had a blast driving her down to the 50th Celebration in Charlotte.
My dad was a big part of how I got into cars in the first place. At the age of four in 1967 he took me to Speed Sport down at the CNE Automotive Building. He was hoping to get me into Motorcycles as he had a Harley at the time.
I walked in the front doors of that building and saw the custom car The Red Baron and it was all over but for my dad’s tears. When we got home my mom asked how it went to which my father responded, “He’s a Car Guy.”
From then on my father fed that my passion for cars and we never missed Speed Sport till it stopped being presented. So much did he feed that passion that one late night, he woke me up to watch the Late Show and what did I see but the chase scene in Bullet. I went from being a car guy to a Mustang guy in the time it took that fastback to go from 1st to 2nd gear.
I purchased my first Mustang, a black 2006 Pony Package, and have enjoyed being in the GHMA ever since. My dad past away a year ago last February and didn’t get to see me purchase my 65 Coupe Resto Mod, which I intend to take further than it is now. We would have had a blast working on it together.
2015 Mustang GT
6 speed manual
This is my fourth and by far the best Mustang.
2012 Boss 302
-Kooks long tube headers with custom Kooks X pipe to retain the side quad exhaust.
-Flow master outlaw mufflers…very loud… lol.
-Eibach Lower spring front and rear.
-Laguna Seca Blowfish Brake air ducks.
-Blowfish Tow hook.
-Laguna Seca splitter.
-Black aluminum billet front grill with my 1984 GT350 running horse that I savaged from my totaled car.
-Laguna rear spoiler.
-Carbon fiber one pcs drive shaft.
-BMR Upper and lower rear adjustable control arms.
-BMR Hardened pan bars.
-Soon I will have installed a powder coated 6 point roll bars with 3 point harness.
2005 GT Convertible
Mineral Grey, 5 speed
Flowmaster Mufflers, Sequential taillights
Changed to 18 inch tires on chrome Mustang rims
Always wanted a Mustang since first saw them as a teenager, but could never afford. (Marriage, mortgage, children, etc.)
In 2002, survived a prostate cancer operation and promised myself it was Mustang time – now or never!!!
After recovering, bought a 2005 Mustang, 8 cylinder, GT, 5 speed convertible – LOVE IT
2015 Mustang Fastback
Black, V6 Auto
Gold lug nut covers and gold painted calipers with 5 line gold striping on rocker panels Was looking for that late 60’s early 70’s look. Very hard time locating the 3M striping. Found a roll on ebay from a seller in Iowa. (No, it does not pull the sled trailer in background.)
2016 Mustang GT Premium Fastback / California Special
5.0L, 6 speed manual
This is my first Mustang. I have loved Mustangs ever since high school, when my buddy Jeff would give me a lift home every day in his 1966 hardtop, and I would have to open the choke plate by hand while Jeff cranked the engine to get it started on cold Winter days. A far cry from my push button start!
Doreen & Hal Henschel
2012 Boss 302, Build No. 1157 Flat Rock Michigan
Std 6 speed with Track Key option
Hobby Mustang: My doctor told me to get a Mustang to solve my mid-life crisis.
2012 Boss 302
Race Red & Black
6 speed standard
Torsen helical differential and Recaro seats; Ford Racing lowering springs, Laguna Seca rear seat delete & cross brace; CoolTech LLC roll bar.
Love Mustangs since October 1968 when I drove home from the dealership in my mom's new Candy Apple Red 1969 Sportsroof. Years later it became my first car.
2007 Shelby GT/SC, CSM# 07SGT5246: Registered as a Shelby GT/SC
4.6 L, 5 spd, Black, Grey and charcoal interior, Polished Kenne Bell Supercharger 2.6L, 500 rwhp - 470 torque, Race stripe delete, Black "Shelby GT" hood scoop, Shelby gauges & center dash pod, BBK Ceramic Tuned Length Shorty Headers, JLT Oil Separator, Baer brake pads & 14" Rotors with SS lines, "Shelby GT" Billet engine dress up covers & caps, Staggered 18x9 -18x10 black deep dish Bullitt's with Michelin Pilot SS (265/35 & 295/40), Adjustable Panhard, Rear UCA & LCA relocation upgrade, Steeda tie-rod & X5 ball-joint upgrade, BBK adjustable camber-castor plate, JBL 3" brake ducts & modified bezels, Lower billet grill, PIAA driving lights (Front lower grill), Black "Shelby" billet fuel door, Berg-snake steering wheel badge, Retro side mirrors & headlights, Tinted glass, Sequential turn signals, Clear front turn signals, "Eleanor" style louvers, Chrome tail & running light trim, Sto-n-Go front license plate, Shelby GT "Berg" faux gas cap, Shorty antenna, Shelby GT trunk liner, Pioneer deck with 6x9 & 1000 watt powered 12-inch sub-woofer upgrade, “S-Shelby” headrest covers, and Chrome interior trim, dials, shifter base and drink bezel.
My second mustang; had a 1969 fastback when younger and loved the recent retro look of the 05-09 models. Fast forward to my mid-life years and looked to purchase another Mustang in 2013. Wanted a GT (V8) and got lucky enough to find a 2007 Shelby GT for almost the same price as a convertible. Always wanted a Shelby but never thought I’d ever have the opportunity. Checked the VIN with a call to the Shelby registry during the test drive at the used dealership, told is was real, negotiated a little more, and stepped over to make the deposit at the main counter, and just then another customer walks in with a bag of money and announces “I’ll pay cash for that Shelby outside!” … my salesman responds, “I’m sorry sir, this gentleman just purchased the Shelby” … if dirty looks could kill - I’d be 6 feet under right now!
2010 GT Convertible
Black (with white stripes)
4.6 V8, 5 speed manual
Fully loaded premium model inc. factory NAV
Ford racing suspension(sways, springs, control arms & Panhard)
Magnaflow front to back exhaust system, 20" Foundry wheels, Hurst shifter.