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Old 04-29-2014, 01:50 PM   #1
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Old 04-29-2014, 04:21 PM   #2
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Its growing on people.

I like a few accents on it but I'm not a fan of the side profile at all.

It looks a LOT like a 2 door ford fusion. I'm not very happy about that.
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I don't even care about the whole ford fusion thing to be honest.
And don't get me wrong the newer style mustangs are very nice.
And not even being biased.. I think the 99-04 mustangs have the
best body!.. If the interior's were modern they would be near perfect
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I've owned an '05, currently own a '12, and the '15s are starting to grow on me as well, especially the Mach One concepts. But if given the chance, I'd buy a New Edge Cobra or Mach in a heartbeat. I love the New Edge body style.
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I don't even care about the whole ford fusion thing to be honest.
And don't get me wrong the newer style mustangs are very nice.
And not even being biased.. I think the 99-04 mustangs have the
best body!.. If the interior's were modern they would be near perfect

+1 about the 99-04's. If the interior was more modern they'd be impeccable. I personally loved the '05's when the came out, because compared to later years in that body style they are just simple and mean.
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