Modifying your Mustang is almost a rite of passage, and seeing a stock Fox-body Mustang is relatively rare these days because of this rite of passage. The Fox Mustangs can almost-dare we say it-be compared to the '65-'66 Mustangs. The model years are so plentiful that if you take one and modify it to your tastes, you won't be stoned to death by a concours judge at your next car show. It should go without saying that any exceptional Fox Mustang, such as a '93 Cobra, the '79 Pace Car, any SVO, or one of these Feature Car Mustangs (to name but a few), shouldn't be cut up any more than you would a '66 Shelby or a '65 Hi-Po GT fastback.
When it comes time to personalize your Fox Mustang, a rear wing is almost always at the top of the wish list of goodies. Hatchback owners have it easy with the simple yet famous looks of the Saleen wing and its various aftermarket versions. But sedan and convertible owners have it tougher. Sure the Saleen-style wing is available for these flat-deck Fox Mustangs, but they seem to be on the big side and can take over the looks of the car. Other alternatives were few until Ford offered the well-known Feature Car Mustangs in 1992 and 1993. With their monochromatic vibrant paint features and limited numbers, Feature Cars were popular with the show crowd. But obtaining a Feature Car wing for your convertible or sedan meant visiting your local Ford dealer and coughing up big money. Now due to the perseverance of Greg Brittingham and his crew of parts designers at Mustang Parts Specialties, anyone can spruce up the flaccid flanks of their sedan or convertible with a reproduction of the famed Feature Car wing for just $199 (not including shipping). Installation is simply a matter of having the wing painted and drilling a few holes.