1. "It was the very first car I bought out of my own pocket..."
I bought this car when I turned 18. It was the very first car I bought out of my own pocket; and needless to say, it's fueled an addiction. Starting out, the car was in a near junk state, longing for another chance at the road life... I stripped the car down inside and out and began the restoration process. Starting with the interior, I cleaned the seats and all the interior pieces and I replaced the carpet along with other miscellaneous accessories. Then came the outside... I stripped the paint down and repainted the car to a brighter white and exchanged the wheels to an American Racing Polished Aluminum Series style rim. The motor and transmission are ALL ORIGINAL with 173,xxx miles. -Lukas Campbell
2. "My Red Betty may not be a GT... but she is 305 hp and so much fun..."
I got my Race Red 2013 V6 Premium convertible less than two weeks ago. I named her Red Betty as one reference to the song "Black Betty". My Red Betty may not be a GT or 5.0, but she is 305hp and so much fun. My husband says I don't need more horsepower than that because he doesn't want our insurance going up. -Erika Davis
3. "Finally fulfilling my dream of owning one..."
I bought this Mustang a few months ago finally fulfilling my dream of owning one. I have been a Mustang lover since birth, but went out on a whim and bought a Camaro as my first car. What an awful mistake! After months of searching, I found my Mustang. Sadly after only a month of owning it, I hit a deer on the way home from work one night, hence the white hood and scrape on the fender. But nevertheless, white hood or not, my Mustang is MY Mustang, and I could not be any more proud of my car. I have so many plans for this pony, and I cannot wait to see the final product. These photos are only the beginning. These photos start the journey of making my dream car. -Alyssa Brown
4. "I've kicked myself for selling it ever since..."
First bought my Mustang in 1968 in Boulder Co. Drove it for 10 years before a coworker offered me $2000 cash. Only $150 less than what I paid for it. I've kicked myself for selling it ever since. 6 years ago I found another. Rebuilt the engine better than on my first car, this one has a Ford E303 roller cam. 4150 Holly on top of a dual plane high rise intake. Installed flat top pistons topped with AFR 160cc run heads. Found a set of 45 year old keystone klaszics like I had on my first pony. My first my stang had custom Stewart warner guages. My n s one has C2 Auto Meter instruments. -Don Kinney