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Old 08-26-2014, 05:24 PM   #841
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At work today. Almost my twin. They have a saddle brown interior.

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I honestly thought I was the only one that parked next to mustangs when I saw them....

I have the same logic as many of you guys, That they probably take care of their car the same way I take care of mine and it reduces the chance of my car being damaged.
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I honestly thought I was the only one that parked next to mustangs when I saw them....

I have the same logic as many of you guys, That they probably take care of their car the same way I take care of mine and it reduces the chance of my car being damaged.
Nope, I park next to Mustangs as well, I think most of us probably do.
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How I've come back to my car the last few days.

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I park next to stangs all the time "In a respected distance" lol



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I honestly thought I was the only one that parked next to mustangs when I saw them....

I have the same logic as many of you guys, That they probably take care of their car the same way I take care of mine and it reduces the chance of my car being damaged.
Since I got mine I started parking with other mustangs, with the same logic as you and the rest here.

Not to fortunate at school though gets packed quickly, just yesterday when I got to my car after class another race red mustang was parked next to me. Second time it has happened at school
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Nice pic! And sorry but f states that require front plates.
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I agree, I hate front license plates. What's the da*n point of them, and they f*ck up how the car looks.
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I would never drill my bumper, get the stow n show one or just keep it in car and play dumb if pulled over I guess.
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Nice pic! And sorry but f states that require front plates.

I kno man I'm with ya on that. I was riding without one and they would pull me over give me a ticket than since they got me already over give me a repair order for tints lol... I said if I gotta rock one it least has to be custom lol I bought the no drill frame from a guy off svt performance.


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I usually park on the roof against a wall to minimize contact with crappy college kid cars. Made an exception today when I noticed the middle spot was empty on the 3rd floor.

There were also 3 more mustangs on the other side (where I'm standing to take the pic)

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Mach 1 !

There was tons of room, So I didn't necessarily park next to him, But we were across the lot, Alone... :3

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There was tons of room, So I didn't necessarily park next to him, But we were across the lot, Alone... :3



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Like when there is a row full of empty urinals and someone comes up to the one right next to you.

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Like when there is a row full of empty urinals and someone comes up to the one right next to you.
That's a bit too creepy.

So Sakib, how is Texas working out for you? Well, I hope.
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That's a bit too creepy.

So Sakib, how is Texas working out for you? Well, I hope.
Yes, well, thanks for asking! I start my job at A&M tomorrow. Very excited for that. Been spending the last two weeks settling in, doing things like buying furniture and whatnot.

Regarding car life, here are the good and the bad.

Good: lots and lots and lots of Mustangs here. Way more than I would see in Michigan.
Bad: in Michigan when Mustangs pass we would usually wave or nod at each other, acknowledging that we are a part of the "club". Here, no. Everyone and their mother has a 'stang, so if you wave, they either don't notice or think you're weird.

Good: Many beautiful beat-up old pickup trucks.
Bad: Holy crap what's with all these people who put giant chrome wheels with tiny aspect ratio tires that belong on a high-end sports car on their pickups? Way to ruin a gorgeous truck. I have never seen this in my life before coming to Texas. HIDEOUS.

Good: Great weather to enjoy my 'stang year-round.
Bad: Not good weather to enjoy myself in the summer. Missing the sunny mid-70s that has been consistent in Michigan since I left. I guess I won't mind come December-February though!

Very good: Finally I'm not long-distance with my girlfriend anymore. Although she lives in Houston, she did a project for a year and half in Vietnam before that! So College Station-Houston might as well be next door. This makes up for any bad, many times over.
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Yes, well, thanks for asking! I start my job at A&M tomorrow. Very excited for that. Been spending the last two weeks settling in, doing things like buying furniture and whatnot.

Regarding car life, here are the good and the bad.

Good: lots and lots and lots of Mustangs here. Way more than I would see in Michigan.
Bad: in Michigan when Mustangs pass we would usually wave or nod at each other, acknowledging that we are a part of the "club". Here, no. Everyone and their mother has a 'stang, so if you wave, they either don't notice or think you're weird.

Good: Many beautiful beat-up old pickup trucks.
Bad: Holy crap what's with all these people who put giant chrome wheels with tiny aspect ratio tires that belong on a high-end sports car on their pickups? Way to ruin a gorgeous truck. I have never seen this in my life before coming to Texas. HIDEOUS.

Good: Great weather to enjoy my 'stang year-round.
Bad: Not good weather to enjoy myself in the summer. Missing the sunny mid-70s that has been consistent in Michigan since I left. I guess I won't mind come December-February though!

Very good: Finally I'm not long-distance with my girlfriend anymore. Although she lives in Houston, she did a project for a year and half in Vietnam before that! So College Station-Houston might as well be next door. This makes up for any bad, many times over.

That's why there's so many more stangs, they can actually be year around cars here. This also keeps their value up also, so be happy with that! People say you can get a 99-04 GT for 3-4k with low mileage and clean title/clean car. This won't happen here, they are about double that. This makes your car worth more!

Texas is beautiful, enjoy your freedom. It does get hot but you get used to it, fall and spring are beautiful.


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Yes, well, thanks for asking! I start my job at A&M tomorrow. Very excited for that. Been spending the last two weeks settling in, doing things like buying furniture and whatnot.

Regarding car life, here are the good and the bad.

Good: lots and lots and lots of Mustangs here. Way more than I would see in Michigan.
Bad: in Michigan when Mustangs pass we would usually wave or nod at each other, acknowledging that we are a part of the "club". Here, no. Everyone and their mother has a 'stang, so if you wave, they either don't notice or think you're weird.

Good: Many beautiful beat-up old pickup trucks.
Bad: Holy crap what's with all these people who put giant chrome wheels with tiny aspect ratio tires that belong on a high-end sports car on their pickups? Way to ruin a gorgeous truck. I have never seen this in my life before coming to Texas. HIDEOUS.

Good: Great weather to enjoy my 'stang year-round.
Bad: Not good weather to enjoy myself in the summer. Missing the sunny mid-70s that has been consistent in Michigan since I left. I guess I won't mind come December-February though!

Very good: Finally I'm not long-distance with my girlfriend anymore. Although she lives in Houston, she did a project for a year and half in Vietnam before that! So College Station-Houston might as well be next door. This makes up for any bad, many times over.
Glad to hear you're enjoying Texas so far. Hopefully it stays that way

That's Texas for you lol.
You'll come across some that do wave or nod back. There's many that don't though, happens to me all the time.

Summer weather is killer here, which you'll get used too...hopefully lol. And glad you and your gf are closer now!

Hope everything goes smoothly tomorrow

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That's why there's so many more stangs, they can actually be year around cars here. This also keeps their value up also, so be happy with that! People say you can get a 99-04 GT for 3-4k with low mileage and clean title/clean car. This won't happen here, they are about double that. This makes your car worth more!

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Yes, well, thanks for asking! I start my job at A&M tomorrow. Very excited for that. Been spending the last two weeks settling in, doing things like buying furniture and whatnot.

Regarding car life, here are the good and the bad.

Good: lots and lots and lots of Mustangs here. Way more than I would see in Michigan.
Bad: in Michigan when Mustangs pass we would usually wave or nod at each other, acknowledging that we are a part of the "club". Here, no. Everyone and their mother has a 'stang, so if you wave, they either don't notice or think you're weird.

Good: Many beautiful beat-up old pickup trucks.
Bad: Holy crap what's with all these people who put giant chrome wheels with tiny aspect ratio tires that belong on a high-end sports car on their pickups? Way to ruin a gorgeous truck. I have never seen this in my life before coming to Texas. HIDEOUS.

Good: Great weather to enjoy my 'stang year-round.
Bad: Not good weather to enjoy myself in the summer. Missing the sunny mid-70s that has been consistent in Michigan since I left. I guess I won't mind come December-February though!

Very good: Finally I'm not long-distance with my girlfriend anymore. Although she lives in Houston, she did a project for a year and half in Vietnam before that! So College Station-Houston might as well be next door. This makes up for any bad, many times over.
I have to agree about the wagon-wheeled pick-ups, Suburbans and Crown Vics. We call that the ghetto look. The cowboys and mudders usually run big mud tires and have a diesel.

As for the Mustang owners here, I once posted a theory on that. Probably about 60% of mustangs are bought by well-meaning fathers for their high school kids. They don't wave because they don't realize that anyone else owns a Mustang and that would be a nice gesture. Another 30% are V6s driven by women who think they are really cool and would not acknowledge another Mustang owner because they are afraid they are being hit on. The remaining 10% are true Mustang enthusiasts and will wave back. Most Mustangs here have tinted windows because they come with them. Sometimes it's just hard to see if the other driver is waving or not.

Houston is just 100 miles down SH6. A quick hop to see the girlfriend. Piece o' cake.

Enjoy...
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I have to agree about the wagon-wheeled pick-ups, Suburbans and Crown Vics. We call that the ghetto look.
There's a lot of that ghetto look down here. No idea why people think having 24s or 28s makes their trucks look bad ***. Worse yet they put 24s on lowered trucks or cars

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Why can't people just leave the ride heights of their trucks alone?! Either they slam them and make them utterly useless as a utility vehicle or they lift them to the point at which they need a step ladder to get in. The new thing I see when I go out to the country is people putting the the side mirror extenders that are used for having better visibility while towing a trailer. Fair enough if their there for a reasons (even though they look goofy as all hell), but if your truck doesn't have a two hitch and/or is way too lifted to hope to tow anything, did you put giant mirrors on your giant truck just to keep the theme going?
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Why can't people just leave the ride heights of their trucks alone?! Either they slam them and make them utterly useless as a utility vehicle or they lift them to the point at which they need a step ladder to get in. The new thing I see when I go out to the country is people installing the side mirror extenders that are used for having better visibility while towing a trailer. Fair enough if their there for a reasons (even though they look goofy as all hell), but if your truck doesn't have a two hitch and/or is way too lifted to hope to tow anything, did you put giant mirrors on your giant truck just to keep the theme going?
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Yeah.. It's like you want the blue Mustang to hit your car.

Well I know that he doesn't leave til later in the day so it wasn't an issue


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