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Old 06-06-2012, 03:25 PM   #36
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I just call them all a Mustang. Nobody's disagreed with me yet.
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:46 PM   #37
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Its a dam new edge there's no ifs ands or buts about it... not a fox
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:54 PM   #38
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Wow! I drive a foxbody guys. Incase anyone was curious. Lol. Good try though dead, and good information. But I think the point will not get across fully.

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What’s a Fox Body Mustang?
Question: What’s a Fox Body Mustang?
Answer: The “Fox Body” Mustang, as it’s known, was the third generation of Ford Mustang. It was built on the Fox platform. The car first appeared in 1979 and spanned the entire 1980s through the 1993 model year. The car was lighter than the second generation Mustang II and it was also faster. In 1982 Ford matched the “Fox Body” Mustang up with a 5.0L V-8 engine. This is commonly termed the “5.0 Mustang”. In all, the “Fox Body” Mustang was more European visually, with less traditional Mustang styling cues throughout.
Other Mustang nicknames include:

SN95/Fox4 (1994-1998): This name signifies Fourth Generation Mustangs 1994-1998. These Mustangs were built on the SN-95/Fox4 Platform. They were larger than the original “Fox Body” Mustangs and they were engineered to be stiffer than their predecessor. They featured soft curves and rounded edges throughout.

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Re: Fox/Fox4/SN95/NewEdge

94-98 so the new edge 99-04 was not found to be a fox4 in your research. So what is being debated then
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94-98 so the new edge 99-04 was not found to be a fox4 in your research. So what is being debated then
Driveline and body panels are the only difference between 94-98 and 99-04.. So what's being debated again?
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Notice how it says s95/fox4 not just s95
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Sorry I even posted this thread. Thread closed.
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