I've posted a few pictures in the picture thread, but thought I should make a post detailing the car. First, the details. The car was purchased new in 2014. 2014 Ford Mustang V6 Premium Fastback Ruby Red Clearcoat Metallic Mustang Club of America Package 6-speed SelectShift Automatic 3.31 Ring & Pinion Ratio Exterior "Eleanor"-style rear quarter window louvres Boss 302 rear fascia "3.7" matte black fender badges Wheels & Tires Niche Misano M117 Matte Black: F-19x8.5", R-19x9.5" Pirelli P-Zero Nero: F-245/45-19, R-275/40-19 (symmetrical tire diameter F&R of 27.661") Suspension & Brakes Steeda Front Strut Tower Brace Engine & Drivetrain Upper & Lower intake manifolds ported by Super Six Motorsports BBK 73mm Throttle Body JLT Cold Air Intake with 3.5x8" Powerstack oiled air filter BBK Ceramic Long Tube Headers with NTK A/F sensors BBK Catted Shorty X-pipe Borla S-type "Stinger" Catback Exhaust The Driveshaft Shop 3.5" Aluminum "one-piece" driveshaft 3.73 Ring & Pinion from Ford Racing Performance Rear-end rebuilt was carbon friction plates Dyno tuned by Five Bar Motorsports (Ft. Myers, FL) RWHP: Mustang Dyno = 277 , DynoJet = 306 Planned Upgrades Eibach coilovers with adjustable shocks, upgraded mounts and adjustable camber bolts BMR adjustable UCA and LCAs with relocation brackets BMR adjustable panhard bar Russell stainless steel braided brake lines Carbon graphite brake pads (haven't decided on a brand, yet) Castrol SRF Brake Fluid Boss 302 chin splitter Nitto NT555 G2 tires (when the Pirellis reach EOL and need replacing) Possible Upgrades Procharger tuner kit (if I decide to keep the car for a long while; $7k+ for parts and labor) Trufiber A72KR Fiberglass Ram Air hood (don't know if I want to go through the hassle and cost of getting it paint matched) Some pics I have not posted here. These are before I put the fender badges on it. This picture of the engine is prior to the throttle body being installed. Link to posts of other pics on this forum: Cars & Coffee HPDE at Sebring with Chin Track Days Video of my car on the Mustang Dyno at Five Bar Motorsports. The video starts out blurry, but comes back into focus. It was at a "Dyno Day," so there were people gathered. I didn't hear the "woo" from the crowd the first time .