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Old 01-22-2015, 06:32 PM   #1
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I'm new to the forum. I bought my 2004 competition orange mustang gt for myself for my 19th birthday coming up on five years ago. Had the chance to sell it a few weeks ago just could let her go. Anybody from northeast Pennsylvania on here?

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Welcome! That's a good looking car. I've always admired the competition Orange mustangs. I almost bought a mach 1 in that color a couple months ago.




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Thank you! The minute I saw the car I had to have it. The look of its going to change within the next couple months. Cobra front bumper 3 inch cowl hood. And some new wheels. I live in a rather small town and there is an comp orange mach 1 in my town.

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Awesome! Another appearance mod I'd recommend is the mach 1 grille delete. It looks great and really cleans up the front end of the car.




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I was looking into that also. When I put it up for winter I parked it at my parents house thinking oh it'll be safest here... Not the case my dad back into it broke the headlight mounts Headlight nose panel and messed the fender up so I figured great time to make it more mean looking.

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Thanks dad! I can't say anything my Roush is in my parents neighbors garage for the winter. My 65 Chevy is in my dads garage and my MGB and my challenger are at dads shop.




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That's quite a nice collection.

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I co-own 8 cars with pops. We've sold 4 cars last year so it's going down.




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My next one will be a fox or a terminator. Eventually. So then my collection will start.

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I was trying to buy a 67 mustang had no engine or trans just a shell. Was solid though. My landlord of has a 56 fairlane with a 429 in it. And then I'm helping him switch everything from a 95 mustang in to his fairlane wagon.

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Funny I'm going to look at a anniversary terminator tomorrow. And the interesting thing is the baddest mustang in my town is a fox.




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67 is a great year. A good friend of mine tried to trade his 69 Z28 RS for my Roush then tried to trade a 90 ZR1.Click image for larger version

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The mustangs beautiful but so isn't that z28 the corvette I would've passed it up not a big fan of that year.

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The camaro had built 383 stroker with factory cross ram intake for his dz 302. Pushing 750hp+ has headers and a x pipe only. By far the loudest car I've heard in my life (that includes drag cars). He offered the original 302 the 383 wheels on the car and the original rallye wheels. Car is originally a white with orange stripes and has original orange interior in it. Has a Muncie 22 rock crusher in it.
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90 Zr1 (first year for the zr1 since 1970) pure unmolested with only exhaust mod. 12,xxx original miles.




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Okay when you put it that way the vette does sound pretty desirable.

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But still that rs would be great to have but I wouldn't trade NY mustang for it to much sentimental value bought it first year in marine corps and never had a problem with it (knock on wood)

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It also has the original tires still on the car. The amazing thing is they aren't dry rotted and the tread is still good. Here's more pics: Click image for larger version

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But still that rs would be great to have but I wouldn't trade NY mustang for it to much sentimental value bought it first year in marine corps and never had a problem with it (knock on wood)

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I'm the same way with my 65 it's my first car and I've had a lot of good and happy memories in it.




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I'm the same way with my 65 it's my first car and I've had a lot of good and happy memories in it.
I realized who the love of my life was driving that car. First date with her was in it. And I was going to propose to her in it.



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That vette is super clean and weird that they are not dry rotted.

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That vette is super clean and weird that they are not dry rotted.

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My buddy has a sting ray and that thing is fun

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70s. I believe I'm not very familiar with Chevrolet I stick to Ford mostly

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Does it have chrome bumpers or body painted ones?




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If it's painted then it would be a c3 the first year of production (68) had chrome bumpers and the put painted bumpers on in 73 aka the worst year for American cars. We've got 2 78 corvettes at the shop I work at and they are turds not stout at all and 4 piston brakes in the front that are ***** and biggest rear view mirror I've ever seen.




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If it's painted then it would be a c3 the first year of production (68) had chrome bumpers and the put painted bumpers on in 73 aka the worst year for American cars. We've got 2 78 corvettes at the shop I work at and they are turds not stout at all and 4 piston brakes in the front that are ***** and biggest rear view mirror I've ever seen.




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I'm a car guy and an auto tech it's basically my job to know this stuff.




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I'm new to the forum. I bought my 2004 competition orange mustang gt for myself for my 19th birthday coming up on five years ago. Had the chance to sell it a few weeks ago just could let her go. Anybody from northeast Pennsylvania on here?
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