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Old 04-17-2014, 04:16 PM   #1
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Why I DIDNT do the rear seat delete.

She loves going for rides. I one day hope to get ahold of an affordable stang in 9 or 10 years work on it with her so she has a nice car when she turns 17. Nothing too fast, maybe a new edge with a 4.2l swap or something. Anyone else have a kid that likes to go for rides?

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got a 5 year old and a one year old and both of their car seats are in the back of mine haha. They love it when I give it some gas or when we're riding to an event with others out of the louisville mustangs group. My oldest has already told me he wanted a mustang when he got older!

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My 4 year old sister goes nuts if I come home and don't give her a ride.. If I don't bring the car home I get 21 ? Why not.. And if I don't give her a ride she gets upset.. She loves when the car throws her back in the seat.. We have a big empty parking lot we go have a little fun in..
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Old 04-19-2014, 04:30 AM   #5
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Same, I've got kids.
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