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31 pictures (24 cars) found: year of "2006", roof type of "pillar/post", view of "rightfront"

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(from page 1 of the 2006 Collection) This is a Redfire 2006 Mustang GT. Modifications include: Fang shaker hood with deck latches, front chin spoiler, and a Flowmaster exhaust system to let the 4.6 breathe. The word "shaker" comes from the fact that the hood scoop is attached to the top of the engine, not to the hood. When the engine is running, it shakes with the revving of the engine.


(from page 1 of the 2006 Collection) This is a 2006 Mustang Shelby GT-H Hertz coupe. Like the original GT-350H from 1966, this GT-500H features black and gold paint and they were only available new to the Hertz car rental agency. This is number 469 of 500 produced in 2006. Shelby Motors in Las Vegas took the stock 4.6L 3V V8 from the GT coupe and added an extra 25hp and 10lb-ft of torque.


(from page 1 of the 2006 Collection) This Tungsten Gray 2006 Mustang GT is owned by Todd & Desley of Buena Vista, Colorado. Todd and Desley write that they bought this car from Texas a year ago with the CDC shaker hood, flowmaster 20 inch exhaust, and KMC wheels already installed. They added the Boss graphics themselves and the rear louvers and BOSS flare to make it look their dad's 1970 Boss 302.


(from page 2 of the 2006 Collection) Black 2006 Mustang GT coupe owned by Max Bird from Davison, Michigan. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting October, 12, 2006. Those are 4.6 emblems on the front fenders. Max has done a lot of work to this car. Max explains, "I bought the car with front end damage for 10gs put about three into it and this is the way it looks now."

(from page 2 of the 2006 Collection) Max Bird sends us some updated photos of his Black 2006 Mustang GT coupe. Max tells us more, "I am a 57 year old, disabled veteran. My wife passed away recently from cancer. I have some great kids that help me. I would like to give special thanks to my son Frank. See, my son is the one that bought me this car and made it what it is today. New tires 255/50/17 on 17x9 chrome SR wheels, cold air induction, strut tower brace, front turn signal lenses, rear side markers, and new shocks & struts from FRPP."


(from page 2 of the 2006 Collection) Legend Lime 2006 Mustang GT, right front view.


(from page 3 of the 2006 Collection) Screaming Yellow 2006 Mustang GT with 18 inch wheels. This car is bright. Get close to your screen and stare at the base of the radio antenna for 30 seconds, then close your eyes. Can you still see the Mustang? It is probably purple in color - because you burnt out the yellow sensors in your eyes temporarily.


(from page 3 of the 2006 Collection) Windveil Blue 2006 Mustang GT coupe owned by Geoff Settles from Tucson Arizona. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for March 22, 2009. Geoff tells us more, "My wife and I bought the Mustang brand new in July 2006. I only drive on sunny dry weekends. As of March 2009 it has only 8,500 miles. I've kept the Mustang pretty much stock for the exception of intake cover, tri-bar pony floor mats, and sequential tail lights. I just seem to love the clean stock look."

(from page 3 of the 2006 Collection) Check out the Arizona desert! The bright sun changes the color to a silver. The 17-inch wheels have Tri-bar Pony emblems.

(from page 4 of the 2006 Collection) Windveil Blue 2006 Mustang GT coupe, right front view. Those are Saguaro cacti.


(from page 4 of the 2006 Collection) Legend Lime 2006 Mustang coupe owned by Julie Austad from Everett Washington. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for 6-14-09. Julie also has a 1968 Mustang. Julie tells us more, "I bought my car brand new from a local Ford dealer 1/14/2006. It was plain jane Legend Lime green, no spoiler, stripes, etc. I've done an awful lot of stuff to it. Changed out the cloth interior to GT leather. All billet knobs inside including a custom-engraved shift ball. Two-tone charcoal and mist green leather steering wheel wrap. Legend Lime Registry billet dead pedal. Hurst Competition Plus short shifter. Shaker 500 stereo w/6 cd changer. Silver carbon fiber dashkit and console/doors/maplights. Underhood color-matched to car Tunable Induction CAI w/SCT Tune, color-matched plenum cover, shock tower covers & radiator cover & extensions. MRT hood lifts, Shelby red pony engraved billet engine caps, neon green wire loom, Granatelli Sports green wires & 60K coilpack. Steeda sport lowering springs, GT shocks/struts. 18-inch fanblade wheels. Pypes True dual exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers/tips. Yes, I'm a girl and I did the work myself."

(from page 5 of the 2006 Collection) Julie Austad's Legend Lime 2006 Mustang coupe is not only an amazing car its our Attitude Of The Month for the Month of December 2010 and is in our 2010 Mustang calendar.


(from page 6 of the 2006 Collection) Vista Blue 2006 Mustang Saleen coupe, right front view.


(from page 6 of the 2006 Collection) Take a look at Robert McCaskill's 2006 Saleen. Robert says, "This is Barricade. He is a transformer of the Decepticon variety. He is from Cybertron and is visiting here. He chose my garage to sleep for a while." Have you seen the movie "Transformers" by DreamWorks? It had a Saleen S281 Extreme police car code-named "Barricade" which was a transformer.


(from page 6 of the 2006 Collection) Right front view of a Satin Silver gray 2006 Mustang Saleen S281 coupe.


(from page 7 of the 2006 Collection) Jason sends us some additional photos of his Vista Blue 2006 Mustang Stampede Edition coupe in front of a garage with cool vintage signs. The round Texaco and Gulf gas signs must be larger than 3 feet in diameter.


(from page 7 of the 2006 Collection) Torch Red 2006 Mustang Saleen S281-SC coupe with Saleen forged 5-spoke chrome wheel and tire upgrade 20x9 front and 20x10 rear with 275/35ZR20 front and 275/40ZR20 rear Pirelli asymmetric tires all around, Saleen high density headlamps, a blacked out roof, and Saleen racing quarter window panels.


(from page 10 of the 2006 Collection) This is a Foose Stallion factory conversion on a new Mustang GT coupe. It is Foose conversion #31 of 53 cars built in 2006. Foose modifications include: aluminum hood, front and rear facia kit, aluminum billet grilles, 2-1/2 inch front turn signal lamps, side C-pillar scoops, three-piece rear decklid spoiler, rocker and door cladding, an open air induction system, performance exhaust system, custom coil springs in all four corners, tuned struts and shocks, high performance stabilizer bars, Foose wheels 20x8.5 in the front 20x10 in the rear, 255/35ZR20 tires in the front, 275/35ZR10 tires in the rear, custom sill plate inserts, Foose Logo embroidered front seats, Foose logo front floor mats, custom Foose speedometer, and Foose speaker covers.


(from page 12 of the 2006 Collection) Black 2006 Mustang GT owned by Jack Naus from Manitowoc, Wisconsin. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting July 5, 2015. It has the 4.6L V8 engine and a manual transmission. Jack says it has all the mods. The Lake Michigan fog was used as the backdrop. Jack tells us more, "I finished this car about three months ago. I did it all myself and haven't touched a muscle car since High School. But when I first saw this car, it didn't look at all like this. It had a bunch of red stripes and different wheels, and it was absolutely stock. But at 35,000 miles only, it has never seen rain or snow. What you see now is exactly what I saw first time I laid eyes on it, and it has taken a year and a half and of course a ton of cash for the changeover."

(from page 12 of the 2006 Collection) Another shot of Jack's Black 2006 Mustang GT in the fog.

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