So here it is. The review that the Ford Motor Company doesn’t want you to read. This is the review where I detail why the new 2013 Mustang GT base model is the best performance bargain on the road today. If you do a search on the web you’ll notice that every Mustang GT currently reviewed comes equipped with the full premium and electronics package, navigation, as well as leather interior. This is all well and good, but it can also raise the price upwards of $10,000 if you’re not careful. However if you’re into all that techie stuff, then by all means go buck-wild and option your ‘Stang however you see fit. Me, I’m somewhat of a minimalist which is why I was so excited to get my hands on the car you see here. This is a 2013 Mustang GT base model in ingot silver. It was ordered with two options and two options only. Option 1: the track pack, which gets you the 3.73 torsion differential, the larger radiator and oil cooler from the BOSS 302, performance brake pads for the Brembo brakes, and some 19-inch wheels that are wrapped in sticky 255-series Pirelli tires. Option 2: the stellar Recaro seats from the BOSS 302 and Shelby GT500.