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Old 02-09-2014, 09:15 PM   #211
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In your dreams. Yeah Right OK... the 11/12 is more sexy than the 13/14. It's funny how some 11/12 owners are asking if the front end and rear lights of a 13/14 will fit a 11/12. You never here the 13/14 owners ask if the 11/12 will fit their car. Wake up dude your having a nightmare.
Actually there is one 14 owner that posted the question can a 11/12 rear light fit his 14 model.

But I think after further research we realized he was mentally insane so his question was not taken seriously.
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Old 02-09-2014, 09:31 PM   #212
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I have a problem. A BIG problem

I'm talking a really huge problem

I like all year MUSTANGS, 1964 all the way up to 2014. I personally have a 2012 and sure as heck do not want to change the front end. The MCA grill and look of my Mustang is why I bought it. ( Love at first sight)
I have not seen a 2015 yet except for pictures but I may or may not fall in love with the new style but I'll still like it because it IS a MUSTANG.
I Corvettes and although I like them. They just don't have the same feel as a good Mustang. I like all of the people in my Mustang club. They are all a different breed then the stuff shirt snobs that were in the Corvette club I used to belong to. There were only a few members I liked but the majority of them I could not stand.

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Old 02-09-2014, 09:33 PM   #213
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What do you think the difference is between mustang and corvette owners? Like what makes one group nicer than the other?


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Old 02-09-2014, 09:53 PM   #214
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The Corvette owners are not as friendly

Most of the one's in the Corvette club were older men and woman with money. They were not really car people and were only interested in dinner rides and not going to the drags or car shows except their own Corvette shows. If it looked like a chance of rain they showed up at a meeting in their Cadillac's Etc.

The Mustang or should I say the Tropical Detroit Muscle car club ( Mostly Mustangs) are into doing things such as Drag racing, Cruises, Car Shows, and I have not met anyone out of our 200+ members that were not friendly and ready to help another member if help needed. Just a younger friendlier group of car people. Way more fun to be around.

I did quit the Corvette club and joined in on a Corvette forum that was at that time almost like a club. Just a group of Corvette owners that would pool our money once in a while and rent the speedway or drag strip at Gainesville or Orlando.

I also belonged to the Audi Porsche club. ( Only to track my car) A very good group of true car people that enjoy their cars and do not sneer at anybody that don't have a Porsche or Audi. I had my Vette and then A Mini Cooper "John Cooper Works Edition" and had a great deal of fun with those people.


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That's awesome. I guess actually passion bout the cars reflects how the group acts/feels


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I like all cars

This is my fourth Mustang.
Had a 1964 Convertible
Had a 1965 289 Hi-Performance notchback ( 271HP)
Had a 1967 fully loaded automatic 289 ( Stupid and got married)
Now I have my 2012 3.7 V6 automatic MCA premium.

My friend Shari has a 1966 Convertible.


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In your dreams. Yeah Right OK... the 11/12 is more sexy than the 13/14. It's funny how some 11/12 owners are asking if the front end and rear lights of a 13/14 will fit a 11/12. You never here the 13/14 owners ask if the 11/12 will fit their car. Wake up dude your having a nightmare.
Dude yeah right dude. I much prefer the front end of the 11/12 as for the rear end it goes to the 05/09. Funny how when I can afford to buy any car I want I did. Dream on Dude.
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This is my fourth Mustang. Had a 1964 Convertible Had a 1965 289 Hi-Performance notchback ( 271HP) Had a 1967 fully loaded automatic 289 ( Stupid and got married) Now I have my 2012 3.7 V6 automatic MCA premium. My friend Shari has a 1966 Convertible. Ronnie
I loved those 65 HIPO's and the 67 390s. A lot of fun to drive.
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Looks aren't everything.. What truly matter is what's under the hood yo! What makes the pony giddy up.
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Most of the one's in the Corvette club were older men and woman with money. They were not really car people and were only interested in dinner rides and not going to the drags or car shows except their own Corvette shows. If it looked like a chance of rain they showed up at a meeting in their Cadillac's Etc.

The Mustang or should I say the Tropical Detroit Muscle car club ( Mostly Mustangs) are into doing things such as Drag racing, Cruises, Car Shows, and I have not met anyone out of our 200+ members that were not friendly and ready to help another member if help needed. Just a younger friendlier group of car people. Way more fun to be around.

I did quit the Corvette club and joined in on a Corvette forum that was at that time almost like a club. Just a group of Corvette owners that would pool our money once in a while and rent the speedway or drag strip at Gainesville or Orlando.

I also belonged to the Audi Porsche club. ( Only to track my car) A very good group of true car people that enjoy their cars and do not sneer at anybody that don't have a Porsche or Audi. I had my Vette and then A Mini Cooper "John Cooper Works Edition" and had a great deal of fun with those people.


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OH... So that explains why I didn't fit in the Corvette Show..LOL..

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