The Mustang hobby has come a long way over the past three decades. Thirty years ago, most vintage Mustang owners were concerned about restoration, with owners removing modifications to return their cars to stock. But that changed in the 1990s as more and more owners looked to modern modifications to make their Mustang safer and more fun to drive with fuel-injection, nice stereos, rack-and-pinion steering, and power windows.
Here at Mustang Monthly, we're trying to stay on top of the current trends, so we're asking for your help. With all the changes in today's Mustang restomod world, we'd like your feedback on how important the braking and air-conditioning systems are to your latest projects. We'd appreciate it if you could take a few moments to answer a few questions in the survey below.