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Old 04-08-2014, 04:10 PM   #106
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32mpgs, $309 for 6 months of full coverage. Ball is in your court...

About $270 for two Mustangs and a GrandPrix with full coverage on all three!.. Lol. And you are only averaging about 4-6 mpgs more than me!.. Not a lot right there!..

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Plus I know your deductible is about 2-3 times as mine!..

Just saying dude!.. You've got to shop around some!.. The V6 is not always that much cheaper to own!..
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I get it all the time and I say come out to the track....... No response or I get the ole"I don't have a muscle car" lol so stfu and be quiet. Of course I'm in the at so everyone thinks there stuff is better.
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There was a 221, a 260 & a 289 CI Mustang V8Ronnie
While Ford did make a 221 Windsor, it was never put in a Mustang. It was a Fairlane/Meteor motor and was gone by 1964. The first Mustang V8s were 260s.

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There are V6 3.7 Mustangs
There are 5.0 V8 Mustangs
There are 4.6 V8 Mustangs
There are the older V6 Mustangs
There are even 4 Cylinder Mustangs from long ago
There are straight 6 cylinder Mustangs from long ago
There was a 221, a 260 & a 289 CI Mustang V8 at one time.
All were Mustangs that were loved and loved by their owners
Who cares if some idiot that is not a Mustang owner and never was or will be one does not like your engine weather it is a six or eight cylinder. OR your transmission weather it is an Automatic or a three speed stick ( Early 1964 Mustang straight six) A Four speed , Five Speed or Six speed Manual.
If you are a true Mustang lover you should like all FIFTY GREAT YEARS of continuous Mustangs. None were better then any other but they sure are all different. Really Different. If they all stayed the exact same they would be like Jap cars and not an American Muscle car that almost everybody you talk to likes weather it is a six, an eight , Auto or Stick. A Mustang is a Mustang and no other car is like it.
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About $270 for two Mustangs and a GrandPrix with full coverage on all three!.. Lol. And you are only averaging about 4-6 mpgs more than me!.. Not a lot right there!..

Back to you Bob!...
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Plus I know your deductible is about 2-3 times as mine!..

Just saying dude!.. You've got to shop around some!.. The V6 is not always that much cheaper to own!..
I'm pretty certain either A. your lying, or B. you are talking per month, I said for 6 months. Otherwise, you are saying your paying about $15 per month per car... ya, I don't think anyone will believe that
4-6mpgs is a pretty good amount...

Anyways, I don't really care anymore I lost interest.

Answering the OP: not one single regret, would do it all over again in a heartbeat
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I'm pretty certain either A. your lying, or B. you are talking per month, I said for 6 months. Otherwise, you are saying your paying about $15 per month per car... ya, I don't think anyone will believe that

4-6mpgs is a pretty good amount...



Anyways, I don't really care anymore I lost interest.



Answering the OP: not one single regret, would do it all over again in a heartbeat

Ya I'm certain your talking per month too!.. $50 per month for full coverage with Progressive?.. Ya.......
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It is 6 months with progressive. I got a perfect driving record, 25yo male, and I used their snapshot which gave me 20% discount. I do have high deductibles of 1k, but they aren't high when you never have to use them... Even so, it pays for itself in a short time if i were to get i an accident. Basically i have already saved probably around 500 in 2+ years so its kinda like im down to a 500 deductible and it keeps going down as i pay the $1k deductible rate.

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I can tell you now that I get better MPG on my new stock GT on the hy-way than I did in my modded V6. I am getting the same in the city to work drive and I pay an extra $4 per month on insurance costs. I would have saved money going to the V8 right away, but in the long run, I had a better experience all the way around and now have an almost new car again 2 years later. One example, I was always the only modded V6 at the cars shows among lots of "Just Another GT."

Check my Garage photos, I have a classic photo about that exact situation that is pretty kewl.
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Both my '04 GT and '06 GT get better MPGs on the highway than my '05 Grand Prix (with the 3.8 V6)!.. But there's actually a good reason for that!.. Read a couple years back about a comparison of large displacement V8 trucks compared to small Displacement passenger cars!.. J
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What I am saying is its financially smarter to drive a v6 as a dd, irrelevant if you can afford a GT as a DD or a Shelby or a Bugatti.... FACT: is that its a smarter financial decision to drive a v6 as a DD (I know, I know, then why not a civic or geo metro... well cause its a civic or geo metro)
Well, I bought the V6 daily driver because I didn't want my Ecobox G5 Pontiac Pursuit 34mpg commuter car any more. So that logic really doesn't work, or I would still have it , it was only 10k and no spend on toys for it.

After some years with it driving past the Ford dealer on the way to work everyday I realized I didn't want to settle for a Eco box for a daily driver, so I convinced myself I want a V6 kewl looking Mustang "Hustle Car" as Road and Track called them in the magazine I read on an airplane to Lucerne dry lake in the Mojave desert. Well after putting custom stripes on it my desing at the dealer...saying that was all I would every do...well things just keep going on and on. And then the bug bites and you go further.

If you think about it even the G5 was the first part of the problem of wanting more

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Sigh.... Come on guys, i am talking the 3.7l you know... The mustang, not a Pontiac or any other v6. Also why would you mod it to lower ur gas mileage? Why put in high gears on a DD? just sounded like a poor choice of mods for a dd to me

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Sigh.... Come on guys, i am talking the 3.7l you know... The mustang, not a Pontiac or any other v6. Also why would you mod it to lower ur gas mileage? Why put in high gears on a DD? just sounded like a poor choice of mods for a dd to me

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Why would you care about gas mileage anyways? I'm happy with my 11 to a gallon. Plus the more money y'all spend on gas the better it is for my company/ any oilfield company

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Why would you care about gas mileage anyways? I'm happy with my 11 to a gallon. Plus the more money y'all spend on gas the better it is for my company/ any oilfield company

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I laughed so hard when i read that last part hahaha 😂
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Has anyone regretted getting a V6 instead of V8?

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So now instead of having only one Mustang, I now own two.



I thought polyga-stang was only legal in some parts of Utah and Northern Arizona? 😂😂

How do you please them both ? I have trouble with one.. Kidding..but had to go there..

Congrats on the two Stangs im jealous.


As for the OP, funny through the many versions of mustangs that I have had this topic seems to come up all the time in different versions..should I get the LX 5.0 or the GT 5.0.. v6 to v8 ..auto vs manual.

Bottom line you will be driving it daily only you can decide. I have met people regret not buying a v8 but also met some regret the other way and wish they bought a v6 (especially when they had a kid coming to driving age and the insurance company found out).

Ultimately you have to decide what's right for you. The easy solution is rent the v6 for a day or two and see if you like it or have the feeling you will need more. A lot cheaper to try it before you buy it then find out you made the wrong decision. At a minimum test drive them back to back and take the same route with both cars and try to accelerate/ brake in same areas and same method. Give you the best comparison for you to make an informed decision.

I bought the V6 for loads of reasons and have owned GTs in past but not what I'm looking for or wanting at this point in life. Just a fun vert to cruise with the top down that doesn't get anemic if you need to pass a car.

Hope that helps and whichever direction you go.. You still end up with a Stang.


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I laughed so hard when i read that last part hahaha 😂
Whys that?

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Sigh.... Come on guys, i am talking the 3.7l you know... The mustang, not a Pontiac or any other v6. Also why would you mod it to lower ur gas mileage? Why put in high gears on a DD? just sounded like a poor choice of mods for a dd to me

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High gear ratio

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Higher the number, lower the gear.
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Bro. I personally would take a loaded premium 3.7 any day of the week than a base, bare bones 5.0. My a$$ wants nice leather seats and the latest gadgets. Making more power is easy if one wants with the 3.7

Good choice bud! 3.7 baby

Hmm ?
Id rather sit my *** in a Base GT with Recaros

Plus my front and rear Alpine R series speakers demolish those silly shaker ford speakers in those Premium cars.

And as far as gadgets that's basically what they are ? Gadgets
My I phone has a more accurate and better GPS then that Premium $4000 navigation package.

And all this without dissing the 3.7
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[QUOTE=TrackPak;1987637]Hmm ?
Id rather sit my *** in a Base GT with Recaros

Plus my front and rear Alpine R series speakers demolish those silly shaker ford speakers in those Premium cars.

And as far as gadgets that's basically what they are ? Gadgets
My I phone has a more accurate and better GPS then that Premium $4000 navigation package.

And all this without dissing the 3.7
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Play nice your in the V6 zone lol. I knew you would pop up sooner or later
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Ummm no. 2:73 would give you better gas mileage than 3:31 and thats better than 3:73 and thats better than 4:10. ..... I don't know what math world you guys live in

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OP, as you can see, the V8 people will follow and this is what you get. People who don't do math properly saying a bunch of rubbish. But it depends on you and the type of person you are. Do you let it get to you? Or do you take pride in your correct smart decisions?

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Ummm no. 2:73 would give you better gas mileage than 3:31 and thats better than 3:73 and thats better than 4:10. ..... I don't know what math world you guys live in

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Now this statement is correct. You might want to go back and read your original post. Like I said, the higher the number, the lower the gear, 3:73 lower than 3:31 lower than 2:73.
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Sigh.... Come on guys, i am talking the 3.7l you know... The mustang, not a Pontiac or any other v6. Also why would you mod it to lower ur gas mileage? Why put in high gears on a DD? just sounded like a poor choice of mods for a dd to me

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Read this again and tell me if you think it still makes sense, then tell us if we have poor math and full of rubbish.
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Oh haha ya i see what you're saying... I guess im just used to everyone saying 2.73 amd 3.31 instead of actually typing out the ratio

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Ummm no. 2:73 would give you better gas mileage than 3:31 and thats better than 3:73 and thats better than 4:10. ..... I don't know what math world you guys live in

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Bro you're right about the gas mileage but for example:

2.73s are higher/taller than 4.10s lower/shorter. I know it sounds backwards but 4.10s are very short gears (i.e., you'll shift quicker with 4.10s than the long 2.73s).
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Oh haha ya i see what you're saying... I guess im just used to everyone saying 2.73 amd 3.31 instead of actually typing out the ratio

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Actually, I didn't even type the ratio in correctly, I should have put 3.73:1, 3.31:1, 2.73:1, or just typed 3.73, 3.31, 2.73. See, we all make mistakes, it's just a matter of being able to admit when we are wrong. No harm, no foul.
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Ok ya, you guys are giving me a brain fart, lol its too early for me

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I still do believe 3.7l is a smarter option financially, but it all depends on your intentions with the vehicle.

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OP, as you can see, the V8 people will follow and this is what you get. People who don't do math properly saying a bunch of rubbish. But it depends on you and the type of person you are. Do you let it get to you? Or do you take pride in your correct smart decisions? Sent from my XT1060 using Mustang Evolution mobile app
Or u guys can be like this guy? Someone who doesn't have a clue what he's talking about & is just here to make himself feel better because of his purchase!
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Mmm no, it all depends what you want the car for. I don't need others opinions to effect my own. If you care what someone else says about your ride, i guess yes, the answer is clear get a GT. If you dont care what they think, then well the choice is urs.
I joined this site a while ago cause I thought I would get useful information from others and i have yet to find anything useful. Just ignorance. There are quite a few member who are great, but I still have not found a single benefit from being on this forum, besides the AM discount. There's a few who know what they are talking about, but there's too many trolls. Im out

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Don't get upset

This has been a pretty good discussion on 3.7 or 5.0 as well as some of the older Mustang owners giving opinions. I have not read one thing where anyone said either engine or year was crap. I only have read what some owners think of why they love there Mustangs.
Some like the V8
Some like the 6
I personally like both but I bought a 6 because that is all I needed. I had to have the Automatic because of health problems. I do like it though. I also love a manual. Most of my friends are all car people with street rods, older Muscle cars and of course Mustangs of all kinds including Shelby's and Roush's. Not one person has ever said anything derogatory about my car. I have won awards at shows and go to plenty of cruise ins. I have had the wing house girls seek me out to have their picture done with my Mustang.
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You are an asset to this forum and there are some of us that value your opinion and we may not always agree but that is why we are on these forums in the first place. To sort stuff out.

There ain't nothing better then a good conversation to sort out things.


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Ronnie is correct, and I joined this site when I bought my V6 and found lots of good information and knew how to avoid the tools or trools.

Speaking of Wing Girls Ronnie, here are some with my past V6
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