When I got my most recent (2012 V6) Mustang, I fit right into the typical forum organizational trends that featured a clear delineation between V6, 5.0, and "special model" (Shelby, Boss, etc) owners. I had a place in the grand order of things, and I knew where that place was. Life was good. However, I'm about to embark on an ill-advised, oft-challenged mod that requires a lot of effort and money, and as some have pointed out, is cool and insane at the same time. The problem is that it will render my place in the fore-mentioned grand order not so clearly defined. Where does one go for like-minded souls when that person swaps out a perfectly good 3.7 V6 for a carbureted 427w/T56, foregoing computer controls and (GASP!) EPA regulations? The car clearly won't fit in with the V6 crowd, and it substantially transcends the 5.0 cars by sheer displacement. It will even rival the Shelby in terms of power numbers. Where will I fit in?