February 1, 2012 08:09 PM
New chic from middle TN
I'm Jenni, I'm 25. I'm a full-time college student and a photographer. I have a 2005 Mustang, 4.0 Automatic, performance white with charcoal interior. My mom, an MCA member, bought the car straight off the delivery truck in December of 2004 from Heritage Ford in Cookeville, TN. By December of 2005, she had built the car into a 1970 Mach 1 clone. In 2011, she bought herself a newer Mustang, and I sold my car to get this one from her. My first step was removing her black vinyl Mach 1 decal on the rockers, as I wanted to do something different. In December of 2011, I put 10k HIDs & black Bullitt replica 18" staggered rims on the car. Within a month, those were taken back off, and put in the garage, and my factory lights & 17" Bullitts put back on the car. Over the last few weeks, I made my (major) decision of what I wanted to do with my car, and that was help bring more awareness to breast cancer. My grandmother, a survivor, was diagnosed on her 67th birthday in 2000. It was a hard fight for her, and our family as well. So, I contacted House of Graphx in New York, who custom made me a pink Mach 1 vinyl for my rockers, as well as my trunk panel. My purpose? Building a Mach 1 to that helps raise breast cancer awareness. (As of yesterday, the car will likely be the "pace car" to lead the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on September 23, 2012 in Cookeville, TN.)
Current modifications: S&B cold air intake, shorty 14" antenna, Roush F-150 hood scoop, Cervini's quarter window louvers, SilverHorse Racing honeycomb trunk panel, GT rear bumper, painted side skirts, custom matte black painted stripes on hood, 17" Bullitt rims with Perelli tires, dual exhaust, rear window louvers from California Mustang, custom pink Mach 1 graphics from House of Graphx, and Mach 1 chin spoiler from American Muscle.
Future plans: tinted side windows, 5k HIDs, leather seats installed, lowering springs, pink key fobs, and Warriors in Pink badges.
Immediate Goal: Have the car 3/4 of the way finished by March 27, 2012, my grandmother's birthday.
Goals: Help raise awareness for breast cancer, its victims, its survivors, the lives it touches, and help stop ignorance from schools, churches, etc. that have banned all breast cancer items, due to the words breasts, breast, boobs, boobies, ta-ta's, etc. Educate them, don't be ignorant.
Photos of my car: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...4396390&type=3
If you have any questions, comments, or would like more information, by all means, feel free to ask!
February 2, 2012 09:41 AM
MCA Web Site Admin
Just a suggestion but if you are going pink I would do the hood too. Cool setup though!
Originally Posted by 05bca_mach1
February 2, 2012 04:54 PM
I considered it, but didn't like it when I did it on Photoshop to see how it would look