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2004 Ford Mustang – Stephanie Crouch

Sometimes, we have a dream of owning a car or truck and we search, often for a lifetime. This is the story of Stephanie Crouch and how her 2004 Ford Mustang spoke to her and she finally got her dream car.

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What type of vehicle is this?

Car

Make, Model, Year of Project

It’s a 2004 Ford Mustang

What stage is this in?

Somewhere between complete and not sure if it will ever get finished


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When did you purchase it and for how much?

I purchased the car in 2008 for $12,000.

Why did you choose this vehicle?

I have always wanted a Mustang. This one just spoke to me.

What sort of condition was it in when you started the project, what was wrong with it, etc.

She was in good shape, however, she was bare basic.

What, specifically have you done, or had done to it?

I have done a few body upgrades and a couple of engine modifications. Also, I have given her new paint.

Can you list any and all parts that you have put in?

99-04 GT body parts(hood, rear bumper, front bumper)

Flowmaster Dual Exhaust

BBK shorty headers

BBK CAI

Where have you purchased your parts?

American Muscle

Amazon

EBay

CJ Pony Parts

scrap yards

What about you?

I’m 33 years old, married, and have one child.

I purchased and started on my car when I was 22.

I am a full time pig farmer.

I also own a detailing business on the side.

Check out the Facebook Page Here. Or their Web Page Here. Dark Horse Auto detailing

Any stories regarding this project?

Too many to list

Any garages, parts stores, fabrication shops, etc you want to call out specifically?

Trinity Auto Body


Check out the pictures below


Before you go, check out these articles. Restoration and I’m going to fix it someday

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