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Old 03-14-2011, 04:34 PM   #36
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Old 03-14-2011, 04:37 PM   #37
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Im 39 now and fell in love with the mustang when I was in highschool (FOX era) and waited all these years to buy one(kicking myself for waiting so long) but I now know that I will never be without a mustang again. In the year I have owned my car I have driven 29,000 miles of pure enjoyment, the mod bug has bitten and has improved my car from stock appearance and performance, and I have made a lot of friends in the various clubs I am a member of.
I got my first fox about a decade ago. I totaled it driving it home. Didn't even burn a whole tank of gas and had no insurance. 10 k out the window. I might as well have burned the money. But I was in love baby

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:42 PM   #38
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I got my first fox about a decade ago. I totaled it driving it home. Didn't even burn a whole tank of gas and had no insurance. 10 k out the window. I might as well have burned the money. But I was in love baby

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:52 PM   #39
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I got my first fox about a decade ago. I totaled it driving it home. Didn't even burn a whole tank of gas and had no insurance. 10 k out the window. I might as well have burned the money. But I was in love baby

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Did it roll over a few times? I heard once they start rolling, they roll over well.
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Did it roll over a few times? I heard once they start rolling, they roll over well.
Oh yeah. Like a beach ball. Broke my heart. Seat belts do save lives. I was 21. My first 'fast' car. Damn things are really snaky because of the short wheelbase. Once the fishtails started I couldn't recover. I was doing over 100 mph. I didn't even have plates. I climbed out if the car and hitch hiked home crying.

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Oh yeah. Like a beach ball. Broke my heart. Seat belts do save lives. I was 21. My first 'fast' car. Damn things are really snaky because of the short wheelbase. Once the fishtails started I couldn't recover. I was doing over 100 mph. I didn't even have plates. I climbed out if the car and hitch hiked home crying.

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Your stories blow my mind lol
I am lucky to be alive. Shoulda died 10 times already.

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Had a buddy who's gt went end over end a few times and rolled sideways a few too. He didn't get another mustang for about three years after.
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Had a buddy who's gt went end over end a few times and rolled sideways a few too. He didn't get another mustang for about three years after.
Ha...I waited 13 years. I didn't end over end tho....sideways. It was a helluva ride tho

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The only time I've ever rolled a car was on purpose. Just really laid it over on its top. Insurance reasons for a friend of mine. Lol.
I'm shameless I know. He was too chicken **** to do it though, and it was fun.

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The only time I've ever rolled a car was on purpose. Just really laid it over on its top. Insurance reasons for a friend of mine. Lol.
I'm shameless I know. He was too chicken **** to do it though, and it was fun.

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Dude, did you just admit to insurance fraud? LOL
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Old 03-14-2011, 07:52 PM   #47
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Dude, did you just admit to insurance fraud? LOL
Yeah, it was like 10 years ago. I'm not concerned about it. I've pulled this stunt a few times for friends, NEVER for myself though. I have only ever wrecked cars on purpose. Not a single "accident" on my record. I pride myself in my driving abilities, and I can do some pretty crazy **** in a car!
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Just wondering why we all drive or love mustangs? It is the attention they get. For the woman or guys I guess haha. Or for the thrill of the ride?
The answer is simple, coming from a female...and no offense to those of you who own a V6 but because they r bad ***! I would never buy a sports car especially a stang if it wasn't a V8. I love the power I feel like a totally different person when I get in my baby. So there....question answered lmao
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To me there is always one thing my mustang can out run, all the BS life brings. I could have a super sh**y day and one short cruise later I feel like a new man.
Amen! I will second that
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That's a great question! For every Mustang lover, there is a Corvette lover or a BMW lover ect. I think that cars are like women (or men if your a woman) and you have to get just the right fit for you. Once it fits, your stuck for life (hopefully). I love Mustang because it fits. It feels right, fits my body and makes me feel good and I giggle like a child when I have fun in one..
Lmfao. Nice answer. I agree with that.
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Back in high school my buddy had a 69 z28 with the chevy 302 , we all loved that car ..
and it was the fastest in school ( not to many kids had cars in hs back then )
anyway he raced this guy in town who had a red '70 Mach and lost , that Mach 1 was bad ***, i was hooked on Stangs ever since .............
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The answer is simple, coming from a female...and no offense to those of you who own a V6 but because they r bad ***! I would never buy a sports car especially a stang if it wasn't a V8. I love the power I feel like a totally different person when I get in my baby. So there....question answered lmao
i love it when your so forward,lol sweet!
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i love it when your so forward,lol sweet!
Lol thanks I'm not trying to be a ***** but hey its my honest opinion you know what they say about opinions.... Lmao
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Lol thanks I'm not trying to be a ***** but hey its my honest opinion you know what they say about opinions.... Lmao
and that's what i like about you,lol
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and that's what i like about you,lol
Awe thanks and I like it that you are amused
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Awe thanks and I like it that you are amused
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and that's what i like about you,lol
I'm must say I feel loved lol
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I'm must say I feel loved lol
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lol
You really like smilies, dont you?
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You really like smilies, dont you?
yes i do, try to smile as much as i can,lol,is this a little better,lol
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yes i do, try to smile as much as i can,lol,is this a little better,lol
No, still too many smilies, lol
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No, still too many smilies, lol
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okay
Awww, I just kidding
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Awww, I just kidding
yea,lol
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Your so special


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Your so special


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I'm a red blooded American soldier...the ford mustang just seems right...from the sound of the growl to the lines of the car...the ability to make it my own...it took me 20 years to get into a mustang and when I drive my baby that 20 years was worth the wait. Turn up the radio, give it some gas, and I have a great day! God bless America!
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We started a Mustang club recently on Fort Riley, it's called the Fort Riley Mustang Club(go figure).... I'm not military but am one of the founding members... We have a group/club page on Facebook...

There are a lot of Mustangs on Fort Riley....
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