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    Since we got the truck for the wife, i don't need to have an all-wheel drive 4-door sedan anymore. I drive an hour each way to and from work, i need something to keep me engaged. when i drive the truck in sometimes, by the 45 min mark, i'm just super ready to just be home or at work. lastly, with my 3rd promotion in 3 years straight, i don't need to be in the office like i used to. i can work from home whenever i want for the most part so if it's inclement weather, i just stay home. so no threat of snow driving. I wanted to get back into driving a sports/muscle car on the regular. the infiniti had 300hp and was quite peppy but not the same thing. i have absolutely no regrets about that car at all and would strongly recommend them to anyone interested...but its just not the same thing as a true sport/muscle car. I really liked the new 2015 mustangs when they came out and even more with the 2018 changes. i sat in a camaro and just can't see out of the damn thing. and couldn't justify the boat of a challenger. so in the end, i really want to get back into a mustang. i already knew what color combo i wanted, just needed to decide on the add-ons and transmission. I wanted a GT premium with the 401a package which gets you the new digital dash. i also wanted to get the performance pack for the 6-piston brembos and such. The dealer we went to didn't have a GT auto so we took out an ecoboost auto. it didn't float my boat one bit. i was really disappointed with the auto after all the reviews about how awesome it is. took out a manual GT and was happy with it. Now came in the problem, we go to talk about ordering one because there is nothing in the combo in the area at all. so no big deal as i'm fine with waiting for the right car. But the guy then sprung the performance pack 2 on me. Sadly, i've been out of the loop on the media for these cars and had no idea about it. But really liked the stuff it came with, just you have to get a manual which i was still on the fence about even though i didn't really like the auto. i do hit traffic and a little leery of driving a manual as a DD with my commute. went home for the week and did some more research on the packages and such. fast forward to this saturday and we went to a different dealer to drive one of their GT autos. wow it's a world of a difference compared to the ecoboost. i now see what all the fuss is about. it's stupid fast shifting. the paddle shifters do make it fun too. then went to the dealer i was going to order from and took the manual out again. the wife drove both this time and in the end agreed that the auto is great but if i really wanted a manual to not let the commute be an issue. Which then allowed me to get the PP2 package which ultimately is one hell of a deal. you get all the stuff from the PP1 pack, but it adds magnaride, 19x10.5 fronts and 19x11 rear wheels that i love. also adds stiffer sway bars, and drops it about a 1/2in. basically it was worth the $2500 up charge. it in essence turns a GT into a boss302 without the intake swap. so after all that story time, i placed an order for a 2018 Mustang GT Premium w/ Performance Pack 2. Lightning Blue exterior w/ Midnight Blue interior and the shaker pro audio system. leadtime is 8-10 weeks to delivery. now for pictures (from google searches) so you know what i'm talking about. Lightning Blue: (this is with a PP1 pack. spoiler and wheels are the things to note.) midnight blue interior: (notice all the blue stitching over everything and the blue tinge in the seat perforation) this also has the PP1 pack on it, notice the center vent now turns into an oil pressure and vacuum gauge. now for the PP2 stuff. here's the wheels that will come on mine. called dark tarnish stainless steel: (305/30-19s Michelin sport pilot cup 2 tires on all corners) comes with a front splitter: and a "unique" spoiler: no i don't like the spoiler very much. i would much prefer the PP1 spoiler over this one, but it's always something i can switch out easily. i'll probably do a GT350R one anyway. the first thing i want to do though is get these two things: https://www.americanmuscle.com/barton-short-shifter-2post-bracket-1516.html https://www.americanmuscle.com/whiteline-positive-shift-kit-1114.html the stock shifter is a little too slushy for me.
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    I was given a Stack-On safe for Christmas. Seems to do the job well. Only thing I am not a fan of is the barrel rest. It doesn't really secure my shotguns or rifles in place, so when I shut the door, they tend to fall over.
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    Liberty safe. Excellent build quality, American made and excellent customer service.
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    A friend of mine just got a Scout safe. Its real nice, its felt lined on the inside, got holders on the inside of the door for hand guns and shelves inside.
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    RGBW™ LED Demon Eyes The only LED Demon Eyes made in USA! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K53cCDcDyxw Diode Dynamics is pleased to announce RGBW Multicolor LED Demon Eyes, designed for use with Mini H1 projectors, or OEM Mustang projector applications through custom mounting. Demon Eyes are small, high-power LEDs that illuminate the projector lens inside your Mustang's headlight, for a unique, custom look. Diode Dynamics' LED demon eyes are made in USA, and feature bright, full multicolor control! Specifications and Features: - RGBW LEDs, for full multicolor and true white illumination - Fully waterproof and shockproof constant-current drivers - Compatible with any standard RGB or RGBW controller - Brackets included for Mini H1, or custom-mount anywhere you wish - Small size for easy custom installations - Designed, tested and manufactured in the USA Your order includes: - Two (2) RGBW Demon Eyes with sturdy JST connectors - Two (2) constant current RGBW drivers, fully waterproof - Brackets and hardware for easy mounting to a standard Mini H1 projector Installation: - Headlamps must be opened for installation (professional installation recommended) - Brackets included for fitment in Mini H1 projector - Demon eyes can be mounted with adhesive or custom brackets, for other projectors - RGBW controller required for operation (not included) Professional installation is strongly recommended, as the factory Ford Mustang headlights must be opened in order to install the demon eyes into your Mustang's headlights. Check out our dealer locator tool: Find a Diode Dynamics Dealer (Photo courtesy of PS Lighting Solutions) If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to post, PM, email contact@diodedynamics.com or call us: (314) 205-3033 *PM us for the free-shipping code* (U.S. forum members only) Thanks for looking! Nick C. Diode Dynamics
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