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Old 07-28-2015, 07:19 PM   #1
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I have a 2010 V6 convertible that I absolutely love! I don't care that it has the 'old' engine; it (and the slushbox) reminds me so much of the Mustangs I had as a kid growing up --- 1966, 1969, 1972.

Figured I'd post a pic of me and the kids heading out for a drive...
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Awesome man! I love my S197 V6 Convertible, even if Ford released them super slow and under-powered. A couple of mods and a few $$ later, and she's super fun to drive. Not to mention she's the best looking late model stang out (besides the new 2015) in my opinion.
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I have a 2010 V6 convertible that I absolutely love! I don't care that it has the 'old' engine; it (and the slushbox) reminds me so much of the Mustangs I had as a kid growing up --- 1966, 1969, 1972.

Figured I'd post a pic of me and the kids heading out for a drive...

I am also a new member, and I am repping the 2010 v6 mustang and love it too. It may have the old 4.0 L engine but with a few mods it can be quick.
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Awesome man! I love my S197 V6 Convertible, even if Ford released them super slow and under-powered. A couple of mods and a few $$ later, and she's super fun to drive. Not to mention she's the best looking late model stang out (besides the new 2015) in my opinion.
What mods did you do? I'm thinking of a tune...

and I agree - the '10 really reminds me of the 69-70s we drove around as kids.
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I am also a new member, and I am repping the 2010 v6 mustang and love it too. It may have the old 4.0 L engine but with a few mods it can be quick.
What mods did you do? I have driven the new engine and I like it just fine, but the 4.0 feels more like the old 260s we banged around in yesteryear...
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