It screams 1966 Mustang but Jaded’s nose is far from stock. Mustang Depot’s E2 front fascia was heavily modified to match the new contour mandated by the late-model headlights. "I used TIG welding rod, bonding adhesive, fiberglass and sheetmetal, and clenched my butt cheeks together to hope it all worked," Kevin says. The headlights also required the front fenders to be cut and sloped from about the mid point of the fender to the front of the car, a very subtle but time-consuming project. Mustang Depot also supplied the 1968 GT500-style hood and billet grille, but Kevin had to lengthen the hood 3 inches to match the new front end. The Watson Street Works turn signal lights are flush-mounted and buried in the 'glass fascia.