To vote is a privilege, to be nominated is an honor and to be victorious is to earn a place among Modded Mustangs’ elite. Danielle, aka “01Sportchic”, has achieved this milestone and then some by receiving her second ROTM crown. What started life as an unloved, mismatched and neglected 1997 cobra, is now a stealthy, finely tuned serpent now coiled and laying in wait. The ASP is currently undergoing further metamorphosis, preparing for new power and new prey.
It comes without ribbons,
It comes without tags,
It comes without packages, boxes or bags!
No, not Christmas; for the mustang owner (or former mustang owner) this is even better than Christmas. Yes, I’m talking about moddedmustangs.com’s Ride Of The Year. I’d like you all to join me in congratulating Digital_Synapse not only for his Ride Of The Month win in November, but also his clean sweep of a stellar group of mustangs in contention for ModdedMustangs.com’s ROTY, 2011.
Some say his shifts are recorded by seismographs and his launches affect the rotation of the earth. All we know is, he’s called F8L GT. October’s 2011 ROTM comes to you from the unlikely land of Northern Michigan. From snapping shifter handles to fabricating his own transmissions, F8L GT is one of the most dedicated and knowledgeable drag racers to sit behind the wheel of a Mustang.
Smoothed, shaved, dropped, and blown; this is not your mainstream daily driven 2006 GT. Arizona native, Tony Arme ( aka Yur2slo ) has been spinning wrenches on hotrods and classics since the tender age of 12. Fifteen years later we are presented with the fruits of his experience, ingenuity and life long love of Mustangs.
Modded Mustangs’ resident suspension guru and California native, Eric AKA “Jazzer the Cat”, takes the twisty road less traveled approach to modding. Straight-line acceleration and corner destroying capabilities, Jazzer combines them both purrrfectly in his 2002 Saleen. Eric has now gone Griggs GR-40/SLA upgrade after replacement of his previous Mustang love, a 1985 GT. His original intention was to leave the Saleen in OEM form, but the love of auto-cross soon trumped those plans. Already a potent performer in stock form, Eric saw room for improvement and opted for the extreme approach to the carving of corners.