They can keep their retail therapy, we have configurator therapy. It soaks up just as much time, you can get your "help" in your jammies, and provided you don't go through with a purchase, it's much, much cheaper.

Ford's 2011 Mustang configurator is now up and taking virtual orders, and to go along with the pony car's movin'-on-up attitude, there are some increasingly swanky options. But remember, the challenge isn't just to see how expensive you can make the car, it's how expensive you can make the car you'd actually want to buy. The best part about it: everybody wins. And did we mention it's free?

Photos by Drew Phillips / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.

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