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Mean looking 'Stang! Definitely dig the center exhaust, its unique. And always love seeing light painting, such a cool process.
It was amazing, it was the first time I had seen it done. I have to say I was a little confused at first. I got a call from the photographer who said to meet him in this random parking lot at 9:30pm, I had gone to photo shoots before but never that late. He explained the process and I was amazed with how they turned out.
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2005 Ford Mustang GT
-Street Scene Gen1 body kit
-Street Scene rear Exhaust system
-Street Scene Upper and Lower Grille
-JBA Shorty Headers
-MRR Wheels 20x10(rear) 20x8 (front)
-H&R Coil over suspension
-Diablo Trinity Tuner
-BAMA Custom Tune
-Steeda Motion Delete Plates
-ACT Street Clutch
-ACT Streetlight flywheel
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