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Old 12-21-2014, 08:57 PM   #71
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Clearly to each there own but I can't get into just letting a beautiful mustang sit in a garage and under a car cover to put 500 miles yearly on it. Its a car. They are designed to be driven. Drive that b otch and F those miles. Lol! When the car no longer makes sense to keep due to costly repairs I'll just go out and buy a new one. Its that simple. Its a car peeps designed for transportation. Lol
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I drive my stang 7 days a wek and rack up almost 1k miles a week. I actually bought it BECAUSE I was going to be driving a lot and wanted to be in a car that didn't suck donkey dicks all day. Seriously, now I look forward to my 1 hour commute even in the Wisconsin snow. Its not even hard. We only have real amounts of snow on the roads like 5 days a year. Theres these fancy vehicles they have now called plow trucks and they get the snow off. 4wd is for women and 16 year old rookies.

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Once a week give it a spray down underneath. Good to go.


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Once a week give it a spray down underneath. Good to go.


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This topic just keeps going in circles...


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Where else is it supposed to go?

Opinions are like butt holes, everyone's got one, and they don't really change.


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yeah I know. I just ese rust treatment ever now and then. I don't have any rust tho!
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Of course it does

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This topic just keeps going in circles...
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I take random drives even if i have nowhere to go ha .
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As I have stated before a few times. I like getting up and driving the back roads at around four in the morning. I finish up at the diner at about seven, have a nice breakfast and back home by eight thirty. Ain't nothing as good as a "DRIVE TO NO WARE" is hard to beat for driving pleasure.
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Service & maintenance is key. Differential fluid gets neglected, same with tranny, coolant, brake fluid, and power steering fluids.
SN95 odometer's fail on most cars, take that into consideration.
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I will say that for me and storing it my other ride ain't a POS I can justify a truck mare than I can justify a Mustang and if I could only afford one I'd get rid of the Stang.
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