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When Imagination Transcends Tasteful
Ford originally billed Mustang as "The car to be designed by you." However, some have taken Ford a little too seriously. Customizing a Mustang boils down to personal taste. There are some modifications that have never looked good on a classic Mustang, yet enthusiasts continue to use them, like six taillights across the tail panel, polished headlight bezels and trim rings, unusually large bumper guards, and ridiculous looking mud flaps. You can also include chin spoilers never intended for a Mustang, tacky aftermarket instruments that don't jibe with a Mustang's interior, hideous low-budget upholstery, speakers installed in the darnedest places, and ugly exhaust tips that extend 12-inches beyond the back bumper with one bent down and the other bent up.
Would you like us to go on? Think twice before bolting something really awful on your classic Mustang. And if you're thinking about it, get a couple of second opinions before drilling or bolting.