The possibilities of modding your new Mustang are seriously endless since it is the epitome of the American icon. You can find parts almost anywhere considering it has been around for almost fifty continuous years. If the lines are a little fuzzy when it comes to modifying your Mustang, here are some don’ts that will help guide you into being accepted into the Mustang community, not shunned.
First off, don’t donk, just don’t do it. If you want to add some muscle to your Mustang, this is one way to make it slower than molasses. That 5.0-liter is going to use a lot of power to push those heavy 26-inch wheels, and let’s face it, it looks re-donk-ulous!
Also, don’t turn it into a barnyard animal, or any animal for that matter. There are cars that are already jokes of the car world. This rooster isn’t doing this Mustang any favors and should now be in a category all its own, as the Mooster or the RooStang. We can also guarantee that this isn’t going to become famous anytime soon, unless it is to make fun of.
Another thing to remember, do not give your Mustang a theme. Not sure how this craze got started, but I’m pretty sure Nickelodeon isn’t paying anyone here. If they were, they might have tried to make this look a little more aesthetically pleasing. They might pay you NOT to support Sponge Bob anymore once they feast their eyes on this monstrosity. This thing should just be chucked into the sea.
Also, don’t turn your Mustang into something it’s not. Some people go completely conversion crazy and attempt the body work themselves. We brought you this S197 Mustang not too long ago that is sporting Lotus Elise headlights and vertical Cadillac tail lights complete with horrendous body lines. That’s not the only thing that’s horrible about this car. How about everything?
Another thing not to do is overload your car with decals. One, they do not add any horsepower, and two, I’m pretty sure people can tell it’s a Mustang by not reading it 15+ times all over your car. Unless you’re a sponsored race car driver, don’t throw on a ton of decals. These are just a few things to avoid when trying to be accepted into the Mustang world. However, if any of these things seem appealing to you, you might want to look into a Chevy Caprice instead. Just sayin’.