|I am an Airmen in the U.S. Air Force. During the last year, I was on active duty. In that time, I was saving up because I wanted a muscle car. I wanted a Mustang because there was nothing else out there that I liked and both my father and aunt had Mustangs. Dad had a 2006 GT and my aunt, to this day, still has her 2006 V6 Pony package. While I was away, my father went looking around for a new car for me, and he would call me back with one or two that her thought were good buys. On my last day of active duty, the day before I came home, he found my Mustang. Right after picking me up from the airport on the day I arrived home, we went right over to the previous owner's house to pay for it and drive it home. I like my car because it's what I've always wanted and I just keep finding new ways to make it more one of a kind, but still in a sense factory, by using Ford or Ford-like parts. There are a few little reminders that I have on or in the car to remember what it has taken to earn my Mustang by serving my country; most noticeably, the sticker of a set of my Air Force wings on the back side window on the drivers side. I have put a lot of time into my Mustang and will continue to keep her running and looking her best.