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Old 09-28-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
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I was thinking of getting rid of my 94 and getting a classic 60ish pony any thoughts. UPS and downs would be appreciated. 94 is the 5.0 with the t5
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sounds like a plan, lots of good deals out there, good luck
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I was thinking of getting rid of my 94 and getting a classic 60ish pony any thoughts. UPS and downs would be appreciated. 94 is the 5.0 with the t5
Why a 60ish model?
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I was thinking of getting rid of my 94 and getting a classic 60ish pony any thoughts. UPS and downs would be appreciated. 94 is the 5.0 with the t5

I have had the same thoughts except for getting rid of my current Mustang.
It stays forever or until I croak, whichever comes first.

I've always wanted a 67-68 Fastback to make me a high HP Eleanor clone.

UPS - If that is what you really want you will be happier.
If you don't mangle it or do a bad job of resto, it will hold and maybe escalate in value quicker than your current Mustang.

DOWNS - It's an old car which is likely to require lots of work and expense.
If you are not totally dedicted to the project, you will never finish it.
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I really prefer the fastbacks and if you see a 6 and the price is real good don't ignore you can drop an 8 right in ford used the same setup in the factory for and 8 or 6 to save on production cost so unless ur looking for maching numbers a 6 plus a 289 would be cheaper
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