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Old 02-09-2011, 07:29 PM   #106
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Yeah I never trust them. If I have to drive in the winter I keep my tool box and a bag of sand in the trunk just in case. Never use salt. My buddy did that w/ his cammaro for years now the bottom of the trunk is rusting out
Ewww. That sucks.
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Ewww. That sucks.
I use to use cat liter from Costco! That stuff worked like a charm!!! Luckily I now live In a place with 0 snow!! But the sun is so intense you have to wax it real thoroughly or the paint will fade out
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Re: how many people go through mustang withdrawl during the winter

How about < 0 windchill, 5 ft snow banks. I walk by my 2008 V6 every day in the garage, hopefully bring it out in April.
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Yup, sometimes I think my car is more sad to not be driving around than I am. But she's warm and toasty in the garage, patiently waiting on her rugs.
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Old 02-09-2011, 10:14 PM   #110
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Ha sorry guys, I would hate to not be able to drive her when I want
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Old 02-09-2011, 10:50 PM   #111
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Been 18 days. Hoping to get the cover off this weekend. Supposed to be nice. Fingers crossed!
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Nice 50 deg. Weather has been 2 weeks away for the last month..... err about to go outside with 2 cans of hairspray and speed this globel warming thing up. As Drew Carry said "screw my grand kids I'm cold now".
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Old 02-10-2011, 12:59 AM   #113
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Nice 50 deg. Weather has been 2 weeks away for the last month..... err about to go outside with 2 cans of hairspray and speed this globel warming thing up. As Drew Carry said "screw my grand kids I'm cold now".
Hahaha I'm in az but I'll support you guys in winter wonder land with the aerosol can!
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Re: how many people go through mustang withdrawl during the winter

i drive my car all winter long
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Mine is sitting at my parents...no garage or anything just a cover
It was 120 degree's here one day...still going through withdrawals though lol
Its cold as $H!+ now though! But if I were home I'd be driving it all yr round!
If it snows, I just don't leave or take the ATV down to the store lol
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Yup, sometimes I think my car is more sad to not be driving around than I am. But she's warm and toasty in the garage, patiently waiting on her rugs.
i hear ya ,mine to
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Old 02-11-2011, 08:40 PM   #117
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My Mach 1's in my buddy's barn 35 miles away , been over there but I haven't even been in the barn since november ........ supposed to be a nice weekend coming up ,might go take it for a rip depends if all the salt appears to be off of the roads ...........
Yah I always wait until we have at least 3 really good rains to get that salt off the road, and even then I don't put the bullitts on until 5+ good rains and +50 degree weather.
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Old 02-11-2011, 08:48 PM   #118
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NC just started to put down salt on our roads this year. Now we definitely can't drive the stangs all year long
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If I had one I'd drive it all year haha. I prolly got the worst winters outta anyone here.
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I use my trusty ol truck while my baby relaxes in the garage. She needs her beauty sleep ne way...
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I just put a mile on mine going back and forth 5 ft at a time in my garage
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I just put a mile on mine going back and forth 5 ft at a time in my garage
Haha bored much lol?! You pushing it or driving it? Hey here is a business Idea, and indoor track for ppl to drive their stangs on during the winter when they get saudade depression!!
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How about < 0 windchill, 5 ft snow banks. I walk by my 2008 V6 every day in the garage, hopefully bring it out in April.
Ditto..... Only it's -40c in the winter here...
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Haha bored much lol?! You pushing it or driving it? Hey here is a business Idea, and indoor track for ppl to drive their stangs on during the winter when they get saudade depression!!
Now that is a helluva an idea..... Turn a pig barn here into an indoor track. Ohhhhh the possibilities..... I wouldn't wanna share tho. Make it about a mile long. We could have an indoor 1/4 mile track. Race all year long
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Haha bored much lol?! You pushing it or driving it? Hey here is a business Idea, and indoor track for ppl to drive their stangs on during the winter when they get saudade depression!!
Driving er...practicing my speed shifting and burnouts
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Driving er...practicing my speed shifting and burnouts
Hahaha I can just imagine that lol I imagine burn outs on ice patches are rather simple
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Hahaha I can just imagine that lol I imagine burn outs on ice patches are rather simple
Inside the garage bro.... Concrete. ..... Smoked myself right outta there. My wife is pissed
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Inside the garage bro.... Concrete. ..... Smoked myself right outta there. My wife is pissed
Hahaha oh god I did that on my crotch rocket in my tile entry way drunk at my own house party, horrible idea but it was awesome idea till the next day... Careful not to put her through the wall
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Hahaha oh god I did that on my crotch rocket in my tile entry way drunk at my own house party, horrible idea but it was awesome idea till the next day... Careful not to put her through the wall
Bahahahaha that reminds me of a YouTube video I saw where some guy drove a brand new 197 thru the garage of his house. And they got it on video. I almost peed
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Bahahahaha that reminds me of a YouTube video I saw where some guy drove a brand new 197 thru the garage of his house. And they got it on video. I almost peed
Damn, I'll have to look it up right now!
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Bahahahaha that reminds me of a YouTube video I saw where some guy drove a brand new 197 thru the garage of his house. And they got it on video. I almost peed
Yeah, that was a guy's brand new GT-500, and his son did it cause he didn't know how to drive a stick. I would have beat my son unmercifully for that! Then made him rebuild the garage with his two broken arms!
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Yeah, that was a guy's brand new GT-500, and his son did it cause he didn't know how to drive a stick. I would have beat my son unmercifully for that! Then made him rebuild the garage with his two broken arms!
And I would not blame you one bit, he can get casts once the garage is done lol
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And I would not blame you one bit, he can get casts once the garage is done lol
Damn right. Ill make him splints with t shirts and pvc pipe.
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Yeah, that was a guy's brand new GT-500, and his son did it cause he didn't know how to drive a stick. I would have beat my son unmercifully for that! Then made him rebuild the garage with his two broken arms!
That's the one....Toooooooo funny
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Damn right. Ill make him splints with t shirts and pvc pipe.
I'll help you make the splits, I love the end where he says 'dude, you get that all on camera' and all the guy can say is 'shut up'
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I just put a mile on mine going back and forth 5 ft at a time in my garage
same here
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My 2011 is my daily driver and it goes out pretty much each day. I won't drive it in deep snow or icy conditions. That's when I snow blow the drive come inside to relax, just sit back sip a few mixed drinks,watch Net Flix and pass out in my favorite chair.
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My 2011 is my daily driver and it goes out pretty much each day. I won't drive it in deep snow or icy conditions. That's when I snow blow the drive come inside to relax, just sit back sip a few mixed drinks,watch Net Flix and pass out in my favorite chair.
sounds like an awesome day
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Old 02-12-2011, 06:40 PM   #139
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My 2011 is my daily driver and it goes out pretty much each day. I won't drive it in deep snow or icy conditions. That's when I snow blow the drive come inside to relax, just sit back sip a few mixed drinks,watch Net Flix and pass out in my favorite chair.
yes,perfect lol
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soon to be able to have my relapse...I think I'm gonna live in my car for the first week I'm back lol
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