My name is Jason Clay from Middletown, DE. I just turned 18 years old and I am a Senior at Middletown High School. Well, this is my first car I had. It is a 2006 V6 Mustang! I got it in August of 2006 when I was 16 years old. Ever since I was younger, I have always wanted a Show Car and one that would turn a lot of heads! Well, little did I know what was to come when I got my license. When I first picked up my car, it was a bone stock V6 Mustang. No pony package, no leather, no sound system, small rims, basically the stock of all stocks. So I brought it home and the first thing I did was wash it. So after about 4 hours of washing, vacuuming, and trying to clean those ridiculously hard rims, I came inside and ordered my first mod. The 3D Carbon Window Louvers! My car is Windveil Blue so I painted the Louvers Black to set them out from the car. And that is when the Modification bug hit me! It hit me like a brick wall! Soon after the Louvers I went and got 5% window tinting on the side and back windows. A month or so after that came the Chrome Grill top and the bottom. Well, needless to say I was starting to really like my car and so was everyone else.
Well almost 2 years have gone by and, well, let's just say I am at the Show Car level that I have always wanted to be at. Since I got the car I've added a total of 30 Mods to it. I took a bone stock V6 Mustang running in the Mid 16's in a 1/4 mile to right now running at a 14.7 1/4 mile. I know thats not lightning quick, but I think it is a respectable time for the money I have put into my car. So after sitting in some snow, ice, rain, hail and the hot sun, I have managed to keep my car in the "show car" form it needs to be in. Also about 3 months after I got my car, I was t-boned right behind the driver side door by a girl who ran a stop sign and hit me. My car has been through a lot but she's strong and will only continue to get better!!! Some Future Mods to come are a Vortch Supercharger in June, Roush Racing Suspension, New Paint Job in 6-8 Months and a lot more of the small mods. A car is NEVER done!!