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NinetySixGT

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#1   2018-03-30 01:23          
Hey car guys and gals, the name's Kaden. I'm 19, and I live in central Canada. The streets are bad, the car scene is lacking a little, but there's some good variety here too. I'm a Mustang guy at heart, but I was having trouble finding a decent one.



I ended up stumbling upon this 2003 SN95 Ford Mustang GT.



It currently has around 100,000 kilometers on it. The body is straight, and in this simple factory Silver Metallic paint.



It also has stock brakes, and it's sitting on some very interesting RS Watanabe Stellars with new rubber.



The interior is stock and in fairly decent condition for a car with 100,000 kilometers on it.



It has a bone stock 2 Valve SOHC 4.6L V8.

The owner was asking $7,500.00, but I managed to get him down to $7,000.00. It runs and drives perfect, but I'm looking forward to getting this build started!


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#2   2018-03-30 05:43          
Nice foxy
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NinetySixGT

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#3   2019-04-11 20:28          
(I decided to restart my RP. I had a Foxbody last time but after deleting SLRR around a year ago I finally redowloaded it and want to start fresh! :) )
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#4   2019-04-11 23:16          
Mustang as a starter car is an interesting pick, and it's the V8 model as well! :thumbsup:
I always have a soft spot for SN95s, particularly the SVT Cobra model and Saleen SR model, both the road car and the racer model :D

(Also good luck on your SLRR comeback! :D )

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#5   2019-04-12 00:49          
That's a really nice project car to start with :)

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#6   2019-04-13 17:30          
First mods! I bought some Enkei RPF1s, SR Performance Progressive Lowering Springs, and SR Performance shocks and struts for the SN. I was also able to reuse the tires that came on the RS Watanabe Stellars.





I think it came out looking awesome. I guess it's true that RPF1s look good on everything?


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#7   2019-04-14 07:24          
Weeeee boii I approve those RPF1s! :D
If they could fit well and look good on an F1 car it could surely fit well and look good on your Mustang :D

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#8   2019-04-14 07:56          
# BigSmoke : Weeeee boii I approve those RPF1s! :D
If they could fit well and look good on an F1 car it could surely fit well and look good on your Mustang :D

Thanks dude. I already know what my next install will be. I'll also get pics of the Mustang in a spot other than my driveway... :))
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#9   2019-04-17 22:32          
My next install mainly focuses on the front end, but it definitely tied things together and gave it a more aggressive stance.



First step of this install was removing the Mustang emblem and the entire factory honeycomb grille assembly.



Here it is, I bought a Mach 1 grille delete and chin spoiler! After removing the grille, replacing it with the blank Mach 1 grille assembly amd putting the Mustang emblem back on, I also installed the chin spoiler which was part of the kit.



Doesn't it transform the front end? It definitely makes it look lower.

I also decided to find a location to grab pics of the Mustang and remembered a buddy of mine on the outskirts of town has a really ominous abandoned shop on his property. Was able to drive inside and snap a few shots.






Overall it was a very productive day and I'm super happy with how the Mustang is coming along. I also have some big news which will be revealed later!


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#10   2019-04-18 05:00          
It might not look like a lot of work but your Mustang has improved significantly! I love how things are going in the right direction for the Mustang :D
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#11   2019-04-18 21:44          
# BigSmoke : It might not look like a lot of work but your Mustang has improved significantly! I love how things are going in the right direction for the Mustang :D
Thanks man! Just wait till you see what I have to reveal! B)
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#12   2019-04-23 01:18          
Alright, time for the big reveal! I bought another car, and I chose one that might confuse some people. I decided to purchase this good condition 1995 SN95 Mustang GT. Yes, you heard me correctly, another SN!!! :))



The previous generation SN95s went from '94 to '98. This one in particular has just over 110,000 kilometers on it, and came from the factory in this gorgeous Gloss Rio Red



The only things the '95 has in common aesthetically with my '03 are the interior, and the roof skin. The chassis are basically identical aside from the brake and steering systems, as well as the 5.0L Windsor V8 powering this '95. The motor did change to the 4.6L Modular in the next year, 1996.



It still has the factory brakes, and the previous owner decided these OZ Mitos were a good fit, I beg to differ. The rubber is relatively new but I'll be changing out this wheel and tire combo as soon as possible. Trying to decide what wheels to go with is tough though...



The interior is super minty, and I love the black and grey two tone!

I purchased this beauty for 6,000V$, a good deal for an SN95 in this condition.





Seeing these two together makes me happy though, Red and Silver makes for a killer combo! In these few photos you can truly see how much different the '95 is compared to the '03. Let me know what you think of the new whip!

(I think the next car won't be USDM :P )


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#13   2019-04-23 05:47          
Ohohoho another Mustang has joined the stable!
What are you going to do with it? Seeing as the new SN is in a fairly pristine condition and all
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#14   2019-04-23 18:35          
# BigSmoke : Ohohoho another Mustang has joined the stable!
What are you going to do with it? Seeing as the new SN is in a fairly pristine condition and all
The '95 SN is gonna be my new daily. I'll lower it, and put different wheels on it. Maybe change the front bumper as well but we'll see. :thumbsup:

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#15   2019-04-27 02:49          
First mods for the '95, and an upgrade for the '03! Decided to go ahead and purchase the full SR Performance V2 Height & Damping Adjustable Coilover Kit for the '03, since I plan on doing autocross or time attack in the future. And here is where having two SN95s comes in handy, I was able to swap the SR Performance Shocks, Struts, and Springs over to the '95 without any issues! I also decided to go ahead and buy a set of wheels and tires for the '95, and you might also notice I plastidipped the taillight trim black. Luckily I was also able to sell the RS Watanabe Stellars and the OZ Mitos to a guy who lives in the next town over for $700V$



I decided that Rays ZE40s would give the '95 an interesting look, and boy was I right!



The black taillight trim definitely gives the back end a more aggressive look.

I also got some great shots of both Mustangs together in the driveway.





They're slowly transforming into what I see in my visions and I couldn't be happier!

I also decided to take the '95 out to grab a couple pictures with its new look.




Overall another fantastic day. Time to get back to the grind and make some V$! :))


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#16   2019-04-27 07:10          
The '95 looks even more lovely now, proper daily stuff! :D
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#17   2019-04-27 12:49          
(insert a crowd killing joke here)
Those Mustang's look insane ! I just love the way they're coming out !
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#18   2019-04-27 12:59          
Oh my god i fucking love those Mustangs , great work m8 !

NinetySixGT

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#19   2019-04-27 16:53          
Thanks guys! :D
(Should I just be the dedicated VSTANCED Crowd Control? :)) )

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#20   2019-04-27 21:07          
Yeah probably :D
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#21   2019-04-28 18:00          
That looks awseome :)

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#22   2019-04-28 18:03          
mustang is life the only bad part in japan is not having these
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#23   2019-05-01 05:12          
Went to a little meet today, I'm going through the pics and editing them currently. I'll have to post them soon! :P


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