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Old 8/31/13, 11:41 AM
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Is that the same CS just repainted?
No, one is an '08 GT/CS and the other is an '08 Shelby GT.

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Ah don't ever say that about your car again. That car is sweet and especially since its been in your family from the start. Not all these cars have to be the fastest thing around to be awesome or beautiful, plus I don't care what thread it is seeing pics of a 70's mustang is always good.
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Nice ponies and your woods look pretty good too.
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I have to respectfully disagree. She's a beauty. I prefer cars with class and character. So many cars are way over the top so that they can win car shows. Simple elegance is dying. This car is a beauty.


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Old 8/31/13, 09:35 PM
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Since I've already derailed this thread, might as well finish with up to date stuff so it can get back on track.


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Now back to grass cutting A-holes.
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Originally Posted by Rather B.Blown View Post
No, one is an '08 GT/CS and the other is an '08 Shelby GT.










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I feel like a moron lol. I couldn't see the writing on the lower fender, and they do look remarkably similar at a glance. I felt like my girlfriend just then. Not being about to tell the difference between a base 6 or a GT500.

And another correction: I said Flagstaff, I meant Flagstang.
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Originally Posted by Rather B.Blown View Post
Since I've already derailed this thread, might as well finish with up to date stuff so it can get back on track.








Now back to grass cutting A-holes.

Those cars are beautiful. I'll take both. How many do you have? How big of a garage do you have?
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Those cars are beautiful. I'll take both. How many do you have? How big of a garage do you have?
Not as big as I'd like, lol. I try to keep some new ones and an old one together so they don't get lonely, lol. Just remembered this old pic I scanned from 1987 or so. The '70 is just like it sits now, along with an '85 5 speed T-top GT. Never driven in the rain, had about 2K miles on it, still had the factory plastic on the seats. Wish I still had that car, last of the carburated Mustangs. Factory Holley 4 barrel, roller cam, factory headers. Loved that car, should have never gotten rid of it
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Originally Posted by Rather B.Blown View Post
Not as big as I'd like, lol. I try to keep some new ones and an old one together so they don't get lonely, lol. Just remembered this old pic I scanned from 1987 or so. The '70 is just like it sits now, along with an '85 5 speed T-top GT. Never driven in the rain, had about 2K miles on it, still had the factory plastic on the seats. Wish I still had that car, last of the carburated Mustangs. Factory Holley 4 barrel, roller cam, factory headers. Loved that car, should have never gotten rid of it
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Wow, those Fox bodies are small. Our current generation towers over the original classic frame. Yet, the Fox is even smaller than the original body. They seemed like a normal size when I was a kid, but now they seem like the size of escorts lol.

She's a beauty. Always liked the dual headlights. LOVE T-tops. That car and I are the same age!!
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Haha best post in this thread.
See? Not sure what they are all complaining about
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I'd be so mad.
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Same here, I don't have to worry about neighbors. But it does seem that every time I get one of the Mustangs out for a ride in the warm months, some a-hole is mowing his yard or bank and throwing it toward the road (and around here that means slinging rocks) or is running a weed eater slinging rocks and **** as I pass. I move over into the other lane as far as possible and stand on it to get by ASAP.

When I'm mowing next to the road, I always stop when I see a car coming (any car, even a piece of ****) just out of common courtesy.
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I absolutely HATE it when I'm driving around and people do not shut off their mower! I also move into the next lane, down shift and floor it! lol

When I mow lawns with my husband and there are vehicles going by I make sure I stop and shut the deck down. It doesn't matter if you have a crap box or a nice ride. I do it to ALL VEHICLES!! I do not want someone to turn around and try to "say" I did damage to their vehicle! They could be trying to get some money out of me for some old damage... (especially when ALL of our vehicles are nice and people see what you have...) I do not trust anyone now a days....Many people are looking for a free ride....

Sure glad we own enough land we do not have to worry about neighbors! And we have a bagger for the John Deere!

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