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Old 2/13/17, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by dwcisme
A local guy bought a bright yellow convert. for his 100th birthday.

I got my 2016 just before my 60th birthday. I've had it to Myrtle Beach, The East Coast, the drag strip and I autocrossed about 8 times. I'll worry about being too old when I'm dead.
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Old 3/11/17, 06:18 PM
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I think we would all agree - it's not how old you are - it's how young you feel.
But also - some people would never buy a Mustang - no matter what age they were!
You have to have the right mindset - or would I be better to say confidence - to purchase any car that makes such a strong statement about the owner.
And I for one - plan on not changing my mindset anytime soon!
Hell - I may be retired - but I'm not dead!
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Old 3/13/17, 03:19 PM
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Glad to see there are older guys on this forum also. Bought my first Mustang in 05 at the age of 58. Still enjoying it today at age 70! It still gets complements in parking lots....You're never too old as long as you're young at heart........
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Old 3/13/17, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Scarpi
Glad to see there are older guys on this forum also. Bought my first Mustang in 05 at the age of 58. Still enjoying it today at age 70! It still gets complements in parking lots....You're never too old as long as you're young at heart........
My dad would say something like, "is that your grandsons car?"
Which makes ZERO sense, since sometimes he drives MY Mustang & his dads Mustang....
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Old 3/14/17, 12:23 AM
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Never too old for a GT

I sold my '97 Cobra and bought a 2016 GT. With extended paddle shifters and Borla Touring catbacks its way more enjoyable to drive than the Cobra. 305hp 4.6 vs 435hp 5.0. I'm 77. 😎
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Old 3/14/17, 02:46 AM
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Originally Posted by kenhiraihnl
I sold my '97 Cobra and bought a 2016 GT. With extended paddle shifters and Borla Touring catbacks its way more enjoyable to drive than the Cobra. 305hp 4.6 vs 435hp 5.0. I'm 77. 😎
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Old 3/14/17, 05:43 AM
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Hell, the OP has only one post and it goes back to 2013. The guy might be dead. Guess he really was too old to buy a Mustang.
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Old 3/14/17, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by TripleBlack14
Hell, the OP has only one post and it goes back to 2013. The guy might be dead. Guess he really was too old to buy a Mustang.
But then again it could be true...
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