Starting with the early factory performance cars of the 60s, off-the-showroom-floor offerings to satisfy our need for speed have been getting more impressive with each decade that passes, with the exception of the seventies, of course. More power, better fuel delivery systems, stronger transmissions – the manufacturers always seem to have a long list of features and benefits to boast about with each new model year, including some cars running the quarter-mile in less than 12-seconds. Ford Mustangs have caught the eye of gearheads through each generation, usually being one of the better appearance and performance versus price options. The Mustang’s most recent redesigns, which include the 5.0 version 2.0 mill, have gained some serious traction in the market once again, and although they are not the lower cost simplistic cars that the mega-popular Fox Body was, there is no denying that customers are buying them up. The new designs are as much art as they are factory muscle cars. Back in 2015, when Ford released its newest Mustang platform, the S550, it prompted many people eager to start with HP mods in pursuit of that special time slip, to flock to their local dealer. Josh Cook is one of them; after getting used to his Oxford White 2016 Ford Mustang, he definitely wanted more!
Josh grew up working on cars alongside his father for his towing company, so naturally, he took this path. His family has always had Fox Bodies, but their prized possession is a rare Starsky & Hutch Gran Torino. The modern Mustang was out of Josh’s reach for some time, and he couldn’t afford to have one; “When I got old enough to drive my dad agreed to co-sign on my first car and I chose a 2005 Dodge Neon SRT4,” Josh admitted.
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