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Miles are like kryptonite to high-value classics, so in the world of show piece cars and trucks there’s a cardinal rule that you shall not break prior to a big event:
Thou Shall Not Drive Your Car To The Show
Look, the road is a dangerous and unpredictable place, why take the chance of getting a big bug goober on your car or windshield that you have to spend 15 minutes scrubbing off, or worse yet, getting into a fender bender on the way to the show.
Protect your investment, spend a little bit of money, and get those wheels off of the road and onto a flatbed tow truck.
In our opinion, it’s the safest, and most economical option to use when looking to transport your sports car.
Improving on perfection is tough work, and that may be why the engineers at Ford have made relatively few styling changes to their critically-successful transformation to the Mustang in 2015.
Other than lowering the front profile, widening the grill, the tweaking some louvers and edges here and there, the 2018 Ford Mustang GT looks a lot like, well, the 2015 Ford Mustang GT.
As for modders like us, we couldn’t be happier.
3 years of relative stability in the design has allowed custom shops like us and aftermarket suppliers like Cervini and Corsa to refine some truly kick-ass additions to the great foundation that Ford has laid down with the 2018 model.
So with 7 months and 4 Mustang job completed, we wanted to go over the essential customizations we feel any 2018 GT get in order to up their game from good to great!
As the owner of a successful auto customization business in Memphis, I consider myself to be extremely lucky. I’ve got a great bunch of people working for me, my business is expanding, and our business has a stellar reputation in the area.
While it may seem like roses and sunshine now, it wasn’t all that easy getting here. In fact, in my 25 years of figuring out the auto business, I’ve managed to #1) Go bankrupt – twice #2) Shutter 4 businesses and… #3) Hire and fire over 50 people!
While you may argue my business acumen, one thing is for sure: I’ve earned my stripes.
As an experienced car mechanic, and someone who customizes cars for a living, I can attest that tricking out a car is not a simple process. If you are not careful, car customization projects can be fraught with unseen expenses, quality issues, and delays. Experienced plays a big part in mitigating these issues, but more than anything, adhering to a process and plan will save you and your customizer valuable time , money, and headaches.
So today I wanted to share the simple 5 step process I use with every job, regardless of the size or budget. So let’s begin with a plan…
I made a promise to myself that I will write this blog in such a way that it is interesting both to those who are experienced car owners, fellow mechanics, those who are passionate auto enthusiasts, but also for those who have no experience in cars whatsoever.
This blog post is for all those who are thinking of buying a car, or have just recently bought a car, and here is what you should know, as these tips will make your life a lot easier on you.
A lot of people come to me every day, asking me how they can increase the performance of their car, so I have decided to share some of the tips that I would definitely give out to anyone who is wondering how they can have a better car.
If you want to get a better car without buying one, these are the tips that you would want to read and stick to. Take it from me, as I have a vast experience in cars both driving them and repairing them.
At least for me, the love of cars comes from driving them. There is nothing better than getting behind the wheel of a wheel made car and, well, driving them REAL FAST.
If you really want to understand cars, and the people who build them, the first thing you should study is the life of the world’s car racing legends.
If you are interested in learning how you can afford your car to be customized, you will definitely want to read this article! I have been a car customizer for many years now, and I know that the costs of it can sometimes really sky-rocket!
Many of my clients were often worried about the financial aspect of having a car re-vamped, which is why I decided to give you a few tips that will help you find the financial support you need for your car customization.