While the budget has yet to allow much in the way of power multiplication, that's not to say the rest of the LX has been ignored. Inside that powdercoated axle are 3.73 cogs, an Eaton posi, and Moser axles, and it all hooks to the back of the T5 with an FRPP aluminum driveshaft-polished, of course. Though the front brakes and powdercoated sway bar are stock, nearly everything else has been replaced. The tubular, chrome-moly K-member and A-arms, along with the coilover kit and caster/camber plates, come by way of UPR. The coilovers consist of Eibach springs over KYB struts.
UPR coilovers are also at work out back, teamed with the company's upper and lower aluminum control arms. In this case, the springs are Eibach and the shocks are Edelbrock. Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings are everywhere. The coupe is stiffened by BBK subframes, and Brad swapped on rear discs from a '93 Cobra.
Brad's work continued in the cabin with APC Super Race buckets, a Grant steering wheel, and a remote-controlled Alpine DVD/navigation unit with a 7-inch screen. Melissa gets shift assistance from a 5-inch Auto Meter tach and B&M's Ripper shifter.
In all, this is quite literally a shining example of what a dedicated work ethic combined with a reasonable budget can accomplish. The coupe's show-like presentation is all the more impressive given its summer-commuter status. It's not bad for a girl who was never going to own another Mustang.