A few months ago, Ford released a website where it allows everyone to customize their own Mustang. Called MustangCustomizer.com, fans can personalize their own V6, GT, Boss 302, and of course, the Shelby. Customizations include: trim level, color, stripes, wheels, spoiler, lights, body kit, side skirts, door handles, and more... And of course, I had to try it.

I actually customized two Mustangs. The first: the Ford Shelby, the same one that's pictured above. I blacked it out as much as I could, but I gave it chrome accents. Left the signature racing stripe, added black wheels and a rear spoiler, but chromed the door handles, side mirrors, and the fuel cap. And you can't forget the hood pins. But then I thought about how many Mustangs out there in the US that looks like this, so I went back to the drawing board, and came up with a different Mustang.

I'm not a girly girl. Sure I get my nails and hair done, wear makeup and form-fitting clothes, but I do wash my truck, paint my condo, and fixed the toilet in my bathroom. I've said time and time again that I love a blacked out vehicle. I love looking at them, and I will create one, but there's a lot of blacked out vehicles out there. I do have my girly moments, so I decided to customize another Mustang, and if I were to get one, I would actually get this one...



Presenting "The Bernie Boss 302 Mustang". I took a Boss 302 level of a Mustang, painted it a soft metallic pink with the stripes painted a silver shimmer. Kept the lights basic, but added a subtle body kit with fog lights- the bottom of the kit's bumper is black, but the side skirts match the body. Added the hood pins, and to see what's on the hood. I need my vent.



This view gives a better shot of the bood. I kept the roof as a hard top, because convertibles doesn't do anything for me. Even though I'm in a middle of a burnout, you can see my wheels are the basic chrome wheels, since Ford would allow me to throw on the Asanti AF143 wheels that I want.



The rear shot shows off the slightly subtle rear spoiler, and I didn't add the louvers. Now that I think about it, I should have added louvers, the odds of someone sitting in the backseat would be slim to none. When I do get a Mustang, it would be the Boss Edition, blasted pink with silver stipes. It would look just like this, except I'll add the louvers and my Asanti AF143s. I don't think I've ever seen the Boss Edition on the road. I've seen the Shelby, the basic Mustang, the V6, and of course the GT. I like to stand out from the crowd. Exhibit A is pictured above...