Got the 700a for the memory seats and nut coolers for the San Diego summers. She is my daily and lives outside. With the 40° mornings, the butt warmer and heated steering wheel is nice. Sucks getting old. Only added the 700a and the handling package.
Do it! I daily my HP. Love it. I live in SoCal so we don't get the weather of other places. I don't mind the Cup 2s. My splitter scrapes leaving my driveway. Fuck it. It looks amazing and I'll pick another one up as a spare.
Finally fished the Redline bracket from my inner fender and got the Redline hood struts in. Also, the RTR hood scoops arrived today. Not hard to put in, quality is amazing. The hardest part was dropping the hood liner clips into the engine bay. Stupid belly pan... they don't fall to the ground...
Is it me or does the Mach 1 feel like the stepchild of the Mustang community?
The Shelbys are the oldest, perfect, golden children and the GT's are the rowdy, youngest kids while the Mach 1 is the ignored middle step child.
I come from the Buick community (68/69 GS) and I'm kind of used to it.
The roads in SoCal suck. My M1 HP tramlines sometimes but it's hard to tell between the pot holes and just shitty uneven road surfaces. Hell, my rear end steps out (like the old solid axle fox body's) on transition ramps. Love the Cup 2 tires but I'm coming from a Honda minivan.
Any simple project is only one lost socket or broken bolt from becoming an all day project.
I was installing my Red Line hood struts and set my passenger side bracket down on the inner fender while I loosened the hood nut. Well.. unlike every other car I have had to work on (fox body and GM...
I daily my 22 Mach 1 HP. The lower splitter only hits in my driveway. Go figure. I'm still careful with it and there are a few places I won't take it. Picked up a nail in the sidewall of the driver front with 56 miles on the clock. As for milage... I didn't buy it for fuel economy but I average...