Elegant vs. Aggressive S550 Build?

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I think the exterior of the current Mustang is already elegant looking, its the interior that needs a lot of work.
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You do mean "bad" as in good, right. Blue Moon has one of the best looking cars on the forum. Elegant, maybe not, but it is "F-uckin A"
To each their own. I know he takes pride in his car, but to me I see it as "chintzy". Too much, gone too far. I could not own a car like that, even if given to me. But then again, I don't like women with makeup or in high heels...
 

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You do mean "bad" as in good, right. Blue Moon has one of the best looking cars on the forum. Elegant, maybe not, but it is "F-uckin A"
nope, it's pug fvckin ugly. but it's his car and he can do what he wants. however, elegant is not the word to describe it.
 

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nope, it's pug fvckin ugly. but it's his car and he can do what he wants. however, elegant is not the word to describe it.
Not even Blue himself considers it 'elegant'. Eye-catching and a little too busy, sure. Ugly, no.

Ugly is this monstrosity from post #60. Great workmanship doing the best it can with a terrible/nonexistent sense of automotive style.




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....... I'm looking for things to decorate the Mustang! - I don't want to do any engine mods... (maybe a small intake/intercooler and that's it!) BUT I do want to make my car Incredibly Beautiful!

I've already purchased a full underbody lighting kit for the car.......
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That would be "elegant" strip club look. and he is not. He's 17 and likes lights. To each his own.
Strip clubs have lights...

IIRC, I wouldn't have noticed the lights at the strip club when I was 17.
 

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Wheels and tires, best brake rotors available, a great tune, some very mild suspension bracing, catch can, spacers to make the wheels fit flush if necessary, and top of the line fluids. And some electric cutouts for the exhaust :)
 

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I personally went for the sleek smooth look.
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Yeah...I'm sorry Goran. I'd have to agree that under-body light kits are super gaudy and ostentatious. As well as being possibly illegal to drive with on public roads in CA...

I wouldn't say the mustang is a classy or elegant car by any stretch; when I think of elegant, I think of mercedes, bentley, rolls, etc. Not even BMW. Now, if we're talking about aggressive? Loud exhaust, powerful engines, sporty suspension, high performance per dollar - yeah, I'm thinking mustang.

But I get it man, I was 17 once too and I plasti-dipped my wheels black for a while lol. If it really makes you happy, and doesn't hurt or bother anyone, then I'm happy for you. Much better than completely stancing out your car and/or driving recklessly.

I've read your previous posts from your car buying thread and I think you're doing great, and have the right idea. Have fun and enjoy the car!!!
 
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I wouldn't call mine "elegant" but I get lots of strangers telling me it's beautiful.

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I think it looks more aggressive from this angle:
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Blue Moon, what spoiler do you have? Thanks.
 

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