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Old 03-07-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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hi from NC

Just wanted to say hi and that I'm glad to be here. I'm not new to Stangs as my newest ride is my 14th Mustang. I keep them a while then end up selling cause Uncle Sam makes me move. Working on a 1996 GT Vert now and look forward to chatting here at Mustang Evolution.


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Old 03-08-2014, 08:09 AM   #2
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Welcome.Post some pics.
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Old 03-09-2014, 10:10 AM   #6
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Hi Tony! I'm not far from you, maybe 45 ,minutes. I looked at your profile and your Stang is sweet. My first Stang, a 66 coupe with a 289, was also named Ghost. How ironic!
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Izzy, thanks for the welcome. Never been to MN. Do you have lots of snow there right now? Do you drive your Stang all year round?
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Cobra Mark, thanks for the welcome. Very nice cobra and I'm digging the color. I see you are like me and park way out in parking lots to avoid door dings.
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Cobra Mark, thanks for the welcome. Very nice cobra and I'm digging the color. I see you are like me and park way out in parking lots to avoid door dings.

I'd murder over a door ding
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Curt68, thanks for the welcome. I see you must be very busy restoring your classic. I've had many mustangs, mostly 60s models. I have owned a 68 coupe before. I am a huge fan of the 67/68 models. My oldest brother still owns his first car, a 68 mustang convertible with a 302 and auto tranny. The last classic mustang I had and sold about a year ago was a 69 fastback that was a 6 cyl. I had big plans of dropping in a 351W stroked to 408 with a t-5 tranny. Love the classics!
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I would too! Hate going to Wally world for that reason...
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Curt68, thanks for the welcome. I see you must be very busy restoring your classic. I've had many mustangs, mostly 60s models. I have owned a 68 coupe before. I am a huge fan of the 67/68 models. My oldest brother still owns his first car, a 68 mustang convertible with a 302 and auto tranny. The last classic mustang I had and sold about a year ago was a 69 fastback that was a 6 cyl. I had big plans of dropping in a 351W stroked to 408 with a t-5 tranny. Love the classics!
Busy Busy indeed, when I can find time! I started a progress thread for it called 68' project progress, in the classics section....per the Great advice of Cobra Mark... check it out Ogre

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I'd murder over a door ding
Oh brother...my wife dings her mini cooper door into mine all the time in the garage...I told her its cool now cause have not done body work but that ain't gonna be cool once I get paint on......so my immediate project is clean out garage , give her Lots of space on her side. LOL

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My wife will squeeze her Expedition into a space barely big enough for a mini cooper at Wally world to keep from having to walk three or four more parking spaces. Then she throws a fit when she gets door dinged or cart scratches... It used to make me mad, but now I just don't worry about her truck anymore. I don't let her drive my F350! LOL!
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My wife will squeeze her Expedition into a space barely big enough for a mini cooper at Wally world to keep from having to walk three or four more parking spaces. Then she throws a fit when she gets door dinged or cart scratches... It used to make me mad, but now I just don't worry about her truck anymore. I don't let her drive my F350! LOL!
Good call on F-350....LoL

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Welcome to the site. I will actually be in Creedmoor for the summer.
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Old 03-09-2014, 09:05 PM   #17
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9tee7pony,
Thanks for the welcome! Creedmoor, I've never been there but is about 1:15 from where I stay. Falls lake area is nice. Been around there driving through. You've got a nice Stang. Wheels look great! That's the kind I need for my ride...
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