Loc: Los Angeles, California, USA
I am ready. After I buy the new house, the Mustang is next. It will be my third one.<br><br>[color:purple]We're building up or tearing down In everything we do;<br>Are you on the construction gang Or on the wrecking crew? - Anon</font color=purple>
_________________________ Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!
I had a 1969 Boss 302 Mustang way back then...sold it for $3200 in 1981 (since only 1600 or so were made...it is now worth at 10x that much). It was even in Super Ford Magazine then!<br><br>The new model is the first one I would like again.<br><br>Good job Ford! <br><br>
Ah, who needs that when you can beat a Ferrari and a Lamborghinni in 3rd gear!? (with 3 left) <br>Here is me and my baby...<br><br><br>_________________________________________<br>You expect me to sign here or somethin?
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I had big problems with Ford over a Explorer in '99. I won't get another new Ford. However, I love the looks of the new Stang. But if it doesn't have at least 300 hp it will be a joke.<br><br>My used '93 Vette has been rock solid! Chevy's are soooo much easier to work on. And cheaper too. It came stock with 300 hp and with a $500 investment and very little work I am now cranking out 500 hp, more than enough to smoke Stangs or even Porsches. <br><br>I am restoring a '69 Mustang Fastback. It is in pieces in my garage right now. I am replacing the tired 302 (5.0 litre) with a massive fuel injected 460 Police Interceptor big block (650 hp as is, 750 hp with nitrous), Global West suspension (because old Stangs handled terribly except Shelbys), and a tricked out automatic transmission (it came with an automatic and it's a bitch to install a manual). I love muscle cars!!<br><br>
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