Added a little class to the interior with the White Madness Automatic Shifter Conversion Kit with Blue Shift Knob last night. Easy install IF you do not drop the screws into the cavity below the shifter. Luckily, the screws are steel and I was able to fish them out with a magnet.
This next change will take a little explanation. Way back in June of 2016 after I placed the order for a Grabber Blue Ecoboost, I went in search of ways to customize its look as I did with my previous 2005 Mustang. I came across a guy on eBay selling covers for the front and rear Pony emblems. Having not come across the idea of using orange graphics, I ordered a set of Grabber Blue Pony Emblem Covers and installed them a few days after bringing the car home.
After I had the Big Worm Graphix Orange Hood Spears and Mustang Stallion Stripes installed, I realized and many people seeing my car commented on the Pony emblems should be in orange. Well, thanks to UPR Products Memorial Day Sale, I picked up a Front Grille Pony and Rear Decklid Pony Emblems in Competition Orange. I used the install video by CJ Pony Parts which is very good. CJPP was out of stock on the rear emblem which is why I went to UPR and the sale saved me a few bucks, too. There is one thing about the video. It talks about the shutters in front of the radiator of the Ecoboost Mustangs which, if there, will mean you have to take the front bumper cover off to install the front Pony emblem. Well, if those shutters were removed when installing an upgraded Intercooler (as I did), one can just reach in like a GT and break the pins holding in the emblem.
Front Grille Pony Emblem
Rear Decklid Pony Emblem
The weather has been terrible since I put these on. I am itching at doing a full photo shoot as soon as the weather clears and I get some time.
I will note that the Competition Orange does not look as bright as I thought it would. Will have to compare them to a friend's CO at the next Cars and Coffee event I get to.