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2008 Ford Shelby GT500 - Easy Action
Catching Up On Project Vapor Trail's Latest Detail Improvements
An S197 Mustang owner has a lot in common with an addict. Heck-we may be addicted to modifying our Mustangs, but owning one of the most recent classics puts you at the epicenter of temptation. A wanting horde of modification hounds inspires a creative lot of modification marketers.
Here in magazine land, we find ourselves at the apex of these two forces. It's a great place to be if you love modifying your car, but it really makes it tough to ever "finish" a project.
Such is definitely the case with Project Vapor Trail, my prized '08 Shelby GT500 coupe. While owning such a car has long been a dream, stepping up to the top of the line Mustang means anything but leaving modifications behind. Starting with the most robust factory version simply offers a more solid foundation on which to build. In fact, the niche-within-a-niche aftermarket for GT500 gear might be even stronger than it is for the mainstream 'Stangs.
Of course, when it comes to dealing with these temptations, I am weak. I can't resist the potential in combining several creative products into a final product that is all my own.
Fortunately, I get to share my mods with you fine folks, and if you happen to own an '05-'09 Mustang, you can opt to add many of these products into your recipe too. So keep reading to find out the latest cool products that have improved the performance and appearance of PVT.
Horse Sense: Although the title-sponsor torch has been handed over to our good friends at Steeda (5.0 Mustang & Super Fords is no longer the primary backer of the NMRA's Real Street eliminator), don't think for a minute that the magazine has completely removed itself from the class. Real Street's new official name is: Steeda Real Street presented by 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords magazine. We've got nothin' but love for "our" class, always and forever.