Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve always wanted my very own Mustang. My father and grandfather would take me out to our town’s annual Graffitti Weekend, a car show dedicated to the classic American muscle. From Model T’s to Camaro’s, each a timeless piece made alive by they’re owners. But this is where my passion started. I was being taken around to look at all the cars parked, awaiting to be judged, and there I saw it. My jaw drops and so does my cotton candy, for there she was, a ‘69 FastBack, V8, and as black as night. I rush over, press my face against the glass to see the even darker interior. Exclaiming to my father and grandfather that four lettered word, “COOL!”. From then on, I’ve always wanted one, and now I’m about to become an owner of another piece of Ford’s artistry. The All-New 2010 Mustang GT. Black as the one I saw as a kid, custom built straight from the factory and waiting for my return home from overseas in Iraq. The reborn Pony, waiting to carry it’s soldier home.