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Old 01-23-2016, 06:24 PM   #1
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Just curious about this, how many people use a mustang as their winter car? I know its different since its RWD, but it makes for a lot of fun in empty parking lots! I use my 3.8 in the winter than use my GT in the summer. got to keep the gt rust free!
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The car in my sig will be my daily when I get it up and running this spring. For real bad weather or if there is any salt on the roads at all I'll be rocking my 2003 EB Expedition. Starting to have body rust issues but nothing visible yet and I plan to try to make it to 200k+ with it. Its at 140k now and drives great. Thing kicks all sorts of *** in the snow too.
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Drove my 03 3.8 once during winter back in high school. Honestly wasn't that bad, factory Goodyear Eagles and two 50lb sand tubes in the trunk. Was funny how many SUV's I passed in the ditch on my 30 mile commute to school every day.

After college I was able to swing an 01 Ranger 4x4 winter "beater". Since it's been a series of Ford trucks, with the current being a 2014 F150 FX4 5.0. Love the damn thing, despite only using 4WD mode a few times lol. The Mach will never see winter duty, despite how bad my withdrawals get.

I have been considering picking up an S550 this summer and driving it year round, but those new '16 Limited F150's sure look nice!
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When there's no salt on the road I drive my GT. If there is, Audi or Silverado are up for duty. Most of the time it is the Audi; it has heated seats.


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Expy has heated seats too. Go out and start it when its real cold, turn on the heated seats and heat and go back inside and have a cup of coffee. Come back out to a warm car and nice hot seats. Can't imagine having a winter car without them TBTH.
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When there's no salt on the road I drive my GT. If there is, Audi or Silverado are up for duty. Most of the time it is the Audi; it has heated seats.


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Yeah. My truck has cloth which is alright compared to non heated leather. But nothing beats heated.


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Yah I hear ya there. I'd take cloth over non heated leather too.

My F150 has the best of both worlds, there's suede inserts where your a** lands and leather where it doesn't, so it's not unbearably cold on the 10 degree days.
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Then cooled seats is a different story. Awesome in high 90s with high humidity.


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Yes. They are one of those features you don't quite appreciate until you have used them.
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Especially when it's in a black leather car.


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What's even more ridiculously awesome are the new multi contouring (massaging) seats Ford now offers. I will say there is logic behind them as an option.
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I drive my 3.8 here, and we get some pretty good snow. Luckily we don't use road salts, just a de-icing agent that gets sprayed on the road before snowfall. That and 3 60lb tube sands in the trunk makes for dandy driving
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I drive my 3.8 here, and we get some pretty good snow. Luckily we don't use road salts, just a de-icing agent that gets sprayed on the road before snowfall. That and 3 60lb tube sands in the trunk makes for dandy driving
If they did that **** with the de-icing fluid here I'd rock a nice car year round. As it stands, there is already a coating of white crud halfway up my truck. Probably why the body under the doors is starting to rust... Its a 2003 tho and Ford trucks of that era rust if you look at them funny. At the rate its going it should be good another 3-4 years before it starts getting real bad and I bet I could cut out the rust spots and fiberglass and spray bomb which I will look into doing this spring.
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My 98 Tacoma is up to 270k! It's 4wheel drive. I don't have one bad word to say about it. Other than hitting a deer, beating the front end out with a rubber mallet, putting it back together, it's been a beast! I hope it lasts til I can afford a payment for another one.
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We use salt like crazy, cause of that, my stang does have rust..


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Oh I love my Expy and hope to drive it till the wheels fall off but not sure how long I can keep the rust at bay. At 140k everything works fine minus a few switch LEDs out here and there. If I can stop or at least drastically slow down the rust problem I might get the exhaust its probably going to need at some point soon and keep on rocking it.

My actual plan when it does finally go was to find another low mileage one of these like 5 or 6 hours south of here with no rust and low miles that some old person had and keep on keeping on. Saw a 2003 Navigator Ultimate with 51k miles for $8k when I was looking just for giggles. Black interior, captains middle row chairs... good stuff. The 07+ Expigator models are also real nice and a dime a dozen.
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I was thinking that if something happens to the engine in my Tacoma, I'll just buy a new/used one to swap in it lol.
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My 98 Tacoma is up to 270k! It's 4wheel drive. I don't have one bad word to say about it. Other than hitting a deer, beating the front end out with a rubber mallet, putting it back together, it's been a beast! I hope it lasts til I can afford a payment for another one.

My exact opinion on my Silverado, getting close to 195k (194 and change). It's never let me down, knock on wood, and hopefully it never will. If I can keep my idiot brother out of it; it'd be better for it. That's the only issue.


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I was thinking that if something happens to the engine in my Tacoma, I'll just buy a new/used one to swap in it lol.

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99 chevy malibu. Doodoo green with about 300k. Exterior 1/10 interior -5/10. Runs strong though

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Couple guys at work have late 90s/early 00s BMW 328i sedans to drive to and from work. That's doing a beater the correct way lol.
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Lol if that's the beater, I'd like to see the toys.
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My '02 4x4 Dodge truck takes the winter stuff when it gets bad. (And we just got 29" of snow this past weekend). My Cobalt is my winter driver when it's not bad. There is no way in hell my Mustang goes out in the winter in this s*it.
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Just drove in to work to find out they didn't need me after telling me to come in yesterday... Oh well, the Expy completely rocked the snow. Felt like I could have driven to work normally and anytime it was about to slide a little the 4WD kicked in. Goodyear Wrangler ATS tires really are great in the snow and I run them year round. Good in the rain too, not too noisy and good treadlife. Obviously real good off-road too.

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I use to use my mustang in the winter now I have a winter car Chevy cavalier that I use and works fine with winter tires


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Wow, props to you guys rocking dd's with over 200k miles and still reliable. I don't know if I could ever do it.
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My old GT was only vehicle so I drove it through Colorado winters all the time. But I've got a 2WD Ranger now, so my Bullitt doesn't have to suffer the same fate as my old GT.
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Wow, props to you guys rocking dd's with over 200k miles and still reliable. I don't know if I could ever do it.
I dunno why ppl get scared of high miles. I've had my truck since the 70k mark and its well into the 140s now and drives just as good as it did the day I got it. Better honestly. Going to need a new exhaust at some point in the relative near future but i'll cross that bridge when I get there.
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we have a 2001 Chevy S10 4x4 - we use that in the winter. If the roads don't have snow or salt and are dry - and we are just driving a short way - the Coupe comes out. As for that juice they spray on the roads - just came out in the news that it is worse on your vehicles than salt. Corrodes the crap out of your car. So now both the Coupe and the Vert will stay in the garage until spring - Charlie Brown only has 68,000 miles on him - he does great in the winter - put couple hundred lbs of sand tubes over the rear tires to keep from it slipping - hardly have to use the 4 wheel drive. And this part of lower Wisconsin - we are way under our snow for the year. Didn't have a whole lot last winter either - just friggin cold with that polar vortex we had. Do miss driving my girl a whole bunch. Hard not to wish the days away until spring.
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I dunno why ppl get scared of high miles. I've had my truck since the 70k mark and its well into the 140s now and drives just as good as it did the day I got it. Better honestly. Going to need a new exhaust at some point in the relative near future but i'll cross that bridge when I get there.
Everybody's different. I am the type of person that likes a different/new vehicle every couple years hence why I've had 4 different trucks in the last 5 years. I also love the latest tech that is being offered in the trucks as well.

I'm not really afraid of high miles though. I plan on keeping my mustangs well into and past the 100k mile mark. I'm sure my 3.8 will have little to no issues. Those engines are pretty trouble free provided they're maintained.
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we have a 2001 Chevy S10 4x4 - we use that in the winter. If the roads don't have snow or salt and are dry - and we are just driving a short way - the Coupe comes out. As for that juice they spray on the roads - just came out in the news that it is worse on your vehicles than salt. Corrodes the crap out of your car. So now both the Coupe and the Vert will stay in the garage until spring - Charlie Brown only has 68,000 miles on him - he does great in the winter - put couple hundred lbs of sand tubes over the rear tires to keep from it slipping - hardly have to use the 4 wheel drive. And this part of lower Wisconsin - we are way under our snow for the year. Didn't have a whole lot last winter either - just friggin cold with that polar vortex we had. Do miss driving my girl a whole bunch. Hard not to wish the days away until spring.
You're not the only one wishing. It is supposed to be in the 40's by me on Saturday and I'm about an hour north of you. As mild as the last two winters have been I'm more and more tempted to sell the truck and get a new GT and drive it year round. Of course I know the first winter I'd have it we'll get record snowfalls
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Everybody's different. I am the type of person that likes a different/new vehicle every couple years hence why I've had 4 different trucks in the last 5 years. I also love the latest tech that is being offered in the trucks as well.

I'm not really afraid of high miles though. I plan on keeping my mustangs well into and past the 100k mile mark. I'm sure my 3.8 will have little to no issues. Those engines are pretty trouble free provided they're maintained.
To each their own. I did the new/different car every few years thing for awhile. Now... buy used and buy cash and try to avoid car payments.
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winter beater

^ smart. Let someone else take the depreciation hit.

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Only thing I would consider new at this point is a big power new sports car and even then... $40k for a nice Stang/Camaro/Challenger is just cray. At least IMO.
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