Rory's Mustang

My Daily Driver: 2015 Mustang in Competition Orange

Purchased May 23, 2015 and built April 27, 2015 in the Flat Rock, Michigan plant.
Total Production of 2015 Mustang Fastback V6's is 21,380.
Only 1,903 (8.9%) of these came with MT82 Manual Transmission.

Only 1,137 (5.3%) Fastback V6's came in Competition Orange.
There was 12,232 (57%) Fastback V6's with the 051A Pkg.

Engine is a 300HP 3.7L V6 with a 6 Speed Manual Transmission.
My Factory Options: 051A package (18" Foundry Wheels/Power Driver Seat/Rear spoiler) & 3.55 Rear Axle Ratio.
Dealer Accessories: Ford Custom Graphics hood and side decals, Lighted Mustang Door Sills,
                                   18" Aluminum Spare Wheel tire kit, Cargo Net, Raised Blade Type Rear Spoiler
Ford Licensed Products: 50 Years Anniversary Floor Mats & Trunk Mat and rear license plate
My installed mods:
BlackVue DR650GW-2CH front & rear dash cams,
                                 Painted lower rear valance Black Pebble finish,
                                 Replaced Tri-bar Trunk Horse with Horse only Emblem

                                 Roush Cold Air Intake and Redline Hood Struts
                                 JLT Oil Separator
                                 Borla Touring Cat Back Exhaust
                                 Black Wrapped Roof

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I'm a member of the Greater Vancouver Mustang Association.  Click here to visit the web site

If you want to see more pictures than below, click this link My 2015 Mustang History

Click this link to see My 2015 Mustang History

My Previous Daily Driver: 2012 Mustang V6 ProCharged

Purchased August 5, 2011 and built in the Flat Rock, Michigan plant on May 2, 2011
Official Ford Stats: The total number of 2012 Mustang V6 Coupes produced is 40,905 and of that, only 1,080 have the Navigation package.
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Click this link for My Mustang's History in Pictures

Click this link for My Mustang's Modifications

Click this link for The Origins of the 3.7L V6 Engine