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Old 12-18-2011, 09:30 AM   #1
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

No such thing as a 1970 Boss 351. The Boss 351 model (R-Code) came out in 1971.
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:53 AM   #2
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

I think it would get keyd and spat upon, if not leaked on too. Had my race truck in school, and it was always a target, friends or no friends, they're jealous, and the stunts they ask for are for their self serving entertainment and to get you in trouble.
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

if you have someone key it they are just jealous but i dont think so i have a 68 gt mustang and everyone used to come up to me asking for rides or for me to burn out. most likely they will appreciate it
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:25 AM   #4
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

IDK i mean its a perdy ugly car...anything after 69 kinda went down hill with their front ends...plus they didnt make a boss 351 till 71' and thats when they really screwed the flow of the mustang up
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

got any enemies?
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I just bought a 1970 mustang boss 351 do you think it will get keyed at school?

I wouldn't chance it.
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i wouldnt its like leaving meat with a bunch of wolves just cant be trusted friends or not.
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He probably meant there's a 351w or c in his '70, so transplant.. Just saying


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It depends on how many people go to your school and what kind of town it is.
If you go to a school with 10,000 students attending daily, you're getting keyed. If its a small country town, you probably wont have as many punks to deal with
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For what it's worth...
This is from personal experience. Took my 65 to school (where under 500 students attend) and parked it away from everyone else. Got out and found the car vandalized, school didn't do crap to find out who it was (happened in 2010). If you take it anywhere make sure it is well in your line of sight. If you are in a building check on it often to make sure no one is messing with it. There are an ungodly amount of envious ******** out there. Believe me when I say they come to car shows too, also be wary of small children. Basically anyone who you don't trust (and some you trust) could harm your car. In other words treat it like your child.


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