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Old 10-29-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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A 9,000 Mile Journey In A Mustang, Part 1: New York To California

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A 9,000 Mile Journey In A Mustang, Part 1: New York To California
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That's a hell of a ride! Great way of putting miles on the stang.
I thought I was the only one wanting to do this; drive through the US roads baby! Lol. I'm in South Texas, so I should make a trip up north then? Haha
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I got to read the beginning, it's a cool story. I bookmarked the page to keep reading it
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Cool story, I drove from Seattle Washington to columbia SC in my 05. (Active duty army) She ran great the whole time. Had to fill it up twice as often as the wife's fusion though. Thank god I didn't have to drive back,


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Return trip is also on his site, Cars and Car Culture From Brooklyn and Beyond: PUPPYKNUCKLES. Great pics.

I tried to find a map of the entire route. The way out was pretty standard, Route 66.
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Nice, I live in Brooklyn too, I always dream of just hopping into my Mustang and drive far away. I would love to plan a cross country road trip with my stang one day.
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That's a hell of a ride! Great way of putting miles on the stang.
I thought I was the only one wanting to do this; drive through the US roads baby! Lol. I'm in South Texas, so I should make a trip up north then? Haha
I'd love to drive route 66, well, as close to the original as I could.

Driving cross country in the stang would be great.
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I'd love to drive route 66, well, as close to the original as I could.

Driving cross country in the stang would be great.
+1. Would be make an awesome trip

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He took some pretty amazing pictures, with the Mustang in it, of course.
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Man Ford can be some real *****es. He had an aftermarket hood and they wouldn't even fix his washer jets under warranty. Laaaammmmeee!

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