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Old 08-28-2011, 01:58 PM   #1
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'91 notchback

Hey everyone what's going on? Just had a slow day here at the F. D., so I decided to take a few pics of my Batt. Chief's toy.


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Re: '91 notchback

it's nice... but i cant wrap my mind round the canvas top
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it's nice... but i cant wrap my mind round the canvas top
Yeah, I know what you mean, he's old school, but I guess we can't all be the same? It sounds pretty mean. I dint know exactly what he has under the hood but it moves!
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i bet it does. looks like they had a sell on "port holes". looks like a mexican drug dealer owns it. i bet he gets pulled pulled over alot where the leo's dont already know him. to each their own though, if he loves it, thats all that matters... not to mention it's still a mustang

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"lightly over accesorized" is a more tactful way to put it.
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I think it looks nice, the canvas top kinda sets it off. The stick on vents on the fender and cowl gotta go though.
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I think it looks nice, the canvas top kinda sets it off. The stick on vents on the fender and cowl gotta go though.
The vents are actually recessed in the hood and fenders so he's pretty much stuck but he has his own taste, rare taste.
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I think it looks nice, the canvas top kinda sets it off. The stick on vents on the fender and cowl gotta go though.
im glad someone likes the canvas top
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Re: '91 notchback

I like it ok, not a lot, but ok.
He is exercising his right to be different.
Plus, I'm a bit old school myself.
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I like it ok, not a lot, but ok.
He is exercising his right to be different.
Plus, I'm a bit old school myself.
actualy it would look awsome with sum 13inch gold 100 spoke daytons....
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actualy it would look awsome with sum 13inch gold 100 spoke daytons....
That's...just...not...right...
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i bet it does. looks like they had a sell on "port holes". looks like a mexican drug dealer owns it. i bet he gets pulled pulled over alot where the leo's dont already know him. to each their own though, if he loves it, thats all that matters... not to mention it's still a mustang

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"lightly over accesorized" is a more tactful way to put it.
Lmao hahaha I do like paint and spoiler though
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The vents are actually recessed in the hood and fenders so he's pretty much stuck but he has his own taste, rare taste.
It is definitely a rare taste.
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Old 08-28-2011, 04:04 PM   #13
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It is definitely a rare taste.
Come on man, you don't like portholes?
They were all the rage on the 50's Buicks.
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Exactly, a GM product. Lol
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I think it is custom and looks super clean .... That top looks awesome.... It might not be my exact taste but I do think it is super clean and really nice looking .... I give it a 10 ..... It looks like he takes alot of pride in his car and I respect that
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I think it is custom and looks super clean .... That top looks awesome.... It might not be my exact taste but I do think it is super clean and really nice looking .... I give it a 10 ..... It looks like he takes alot of pride in his car and I respect that
You have a point there buddy! To each his own. I'm pretty sure all of us have done something to our cars someone else doesn't agree with but oh well, that's why it's MY car. So if someone doesn't like it then I'll respect that but I'm doing it for ME.
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Wow, everyone who has commented on this car has been very respectful! I'm new to the forum but not new to forums. 9 times out of 10 this car (on other forums) would be getting bashed for it's "style". I think respecting other peoples "likes" are Important, but equally as important is respecting people's "dislikes"! I would have to say that it's a pretty big reason people are even interested in forums, period. A happy medium (IMO) needs to be recognized and also respected.

Although I'm not a fan of what's been done to the car, I do respect the hell out of how clean he/she keeps it looking!
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That's been my limited exp here. Everyone has been real cool. I'm on a sportbike forum where some of the admin are... Well.. Not cool at all.
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It reminds me of a fairmount thAt my grandma had nice memory but the colors go together well. Not my thing but looks good and clean
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