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How many times have you watched automotive how-to shows on cable TV and wondered how they make it look so easy, and where did they get all those expensive tools? If you're like most automotive enthusiasts, you don't have any of those awesome tools, let alone a lift in your garage.

To Chris Duke, host of the web TV show, iTunes podcast, and TV program Motorz, keeping how-to installations real for enthusiasts became his calling. By showing the average Joe how to install products on his vehicle using common tools he has in his garage, anyone can walk away from an episode having the confidence to go out and buy that product they always wanted on their ride and install it themselves.

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Ford Mustang Makeover

Posted February 16, 2010 1:10 PM by motorztv

MOTORZ TV shows you how to install a ton of aftermarket appearance accessories on a Ford Mustang GT. Accessories include painted engine part covers from Midwest Auto Gear, chrome engine caps from Stack Racing, tail light trim, replacement halo headlights and halo fog lights, new GT emblems, side decals, as well as a retro rear window louver.

This is the Season 3 premiere of MOTORZ TV, an Internet-born automotive DIY show that now airs on cable and satellite television on Maverick TV (Mav TV). After the episode's filming was complete, the orange 2008 Ford Mustang GT that made its first appearance on the MOTORZ TV was rushed off to 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. There Chris Duke, host of MOTORZ TV, was chosen by eBay Motors and CarDomain Network to host and perform parts installations on vehicles at the Ford Motor Company booth.

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Re: Ford Mustang Makeover

02/17/2010 9:04 AM

I had a 1976 Toyota Celica fastback that looked damn similar color and all. Afer I did all of the engine mods and dress up things I could think of (including a RayJay turbo on moderate boost) it was fast but only handled only slightly better.

If I were to do a Mustang, my goal would be a split personality done with the computer(s). I have comtemplated one comuter set for maximum mileage and one set for maximum performance and a naughty/nice switch so that I can select the personality myself instead of embedding tradeoffs to try and cover both.

How about a Mustang set up to put down the new BMW M5/3.

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