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    Default stanced foxbody notchback mustang

    new member here and id like to share my one of a kind ride. i have a 87 ford mustang coupe that ive been working on and this is how it currently sits. still workin out some bugs but its still a nice cruiser! im usually on mustang forums but was curious to see what the stance community would think of it. its deff not the most aggressive but its sitting just where i like it. lmk what ya think!

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    looks good

    not much is needed for perfect stance imo

    some more camber in the back, maybe a tad lower, and a spacer

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    Quote Originally Posted by P78 View Post
    looks good

    not much is needed for perfect stance imo

    some more camber in the back, maybe a tad lower, and a spacer
    ^but its solid rear axle :3

    looks good!

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    looks nice, not feeling the hood tho...would look better with a more flusher one if they make one that is
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    just perfect... don't touch it

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    Bro, thats a sexy ass notch! I'm having a hard time finding a clean coupe out here. My friend sent me a pic of your car yesterday, haha.

    btw... is that a real chp?

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    yeah thats fully exactly what I picture when I think of a coupe I would drive. Hopefully it has some power too match?

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    Damn. Well done sir.
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    Wow I would have to say that's the best looking notchback I've ever seen! Great work!
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    First time seeing one of these and I like it

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    I came in here wanting to like this, you did not disappoint me. That is one badass notchback, dont change a thing! want one of these so bad.
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    first one of these i have ever liked, you have deffinitly changed my mind, looks perfect
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    'MERKUH!


    This looks 100% awesome!!! Going by your screenname, I am lead to believe there is some tomfoolery under the hood we should know about?


    If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right.

    Your blast pipes look stupid.

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    I dig this.

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    Love it!

    Can we get a money shot of the motor? And a mod list?

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    well damn

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    Sick.

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    Do like. Looks great man.

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    so good looking. I have always wanted one of these. A+ for you sir!

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    I like this, a lot

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    Perfect. Love those mufflers!

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    Yes, please.

    As others have said, a bit more camber (if you're into that sort of thing) with a smidge of additional drop and it's perfect. As it currently sits, though, it's easily the nicest Fox-body notchback I've seen with aggressive fitment.


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    ^ When you say camber are you referring to the front only? IDK, but mustangs are srs :p

    BTW i wanted to try this stance on a Sn-95.. Well done sir!


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    This is awesome. I was a little skeptical when I saw the thread title, but my expectations were greatly exceeded!

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    Normally don't like foxbody's but this is great! only think i dont like are the tinted headlights/turnsignals.

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