Brad Bowling
March 1, 2007

When I photographed Teresa's '95 GT for this article, she told me the yard, garage and driveway were full of Mustangs and that she had bought her last car for a while. A month later, when I called to ask some follow-up questions, she admitted to finding room in her collection for a 2003 Mineral Gray Saleen S-281 S/C with an automatic transmission.

Teresa, you definitely have a Mustang monkey on your back. Seek help! I, for one, will gladly take a few of those cars off your hands!

Interior / Exterior
Teresa Sanderson's 1995 Mustang GT Convertible

Xenon panels, professionally molded; one-piece spoiler; light bar; Saleen Speedster cover; Cobra hood; side scoops; smoked headlights; and billet grille

Black leather Ford interior; white-face gauges; various auxiliary gauges; billet accents (window and door switches, climate controls and steering wheel cruise control pads); B&M short-throw shifter; and custom knob

Eibach springs; KYB struts and shocks

Wheels And Tires
Chromed Aze deep-dish rims (17 x 9" front and 17 x 10" the back); Nitto 555 radials 245/45-17 (front); 275/40-17 (rear)

Special thanks to Doug Studdard at Bama Chips; Kenne Bell; Darrell Sanderson Jr.; Chris

Teresa Sanderson's 1995 Mustang GT Convertible

Ford 5.0-liter V8

Engine Modifications
Professional Products 70mm throttle body; BBK on-road X-pipe with 2.5" pipes; high-flow catalytic converters; BBK equal-length headers with 1-7/8" tubes; Roots-type Kenne Bell supercharger

Engine Management
Factory Ford EEC-IV

3.27:1 Richmond rear axle gear; Ford T-5 five-speed manual transmission

320 RWHP