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Old 02-10-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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The mustang 2000, clean and inviting but secretly has a more natorious side.

This beautiful work of craftsman ship is slick and inviting. Powerful in it's day and unmatched by competiting companies (especially chevrolet and their camaros). But behold....it is now the spawning place of the most disturbing and atrocious of creatures...SPIDERS. I almost die atleast five or six times a week when one of these bad boys crawl across my window(from the inside) ,steering wheel or instrument cluster. Imagine driving 80+ on the interstate and then eight legged monster comes into your view. It's just terrible. Sorry about my rambling..I'm just tired of my near death encounters weekly and wanted to vent lol
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This beautiful work of craftsman ship is slick and inviting. Powerful in it's day and unmatched by competiting companies (especially chevrolet and their camaros). But behold....it is now the spawning place of the most disturbing and atrocious of creatures...SPIDERS. I almost die atleast five or six times a week when one of these bad boys crawl across my window(from the inside) ,steering wheel or instrument cluster. Imagine driving 80+ on the interstate and then eight legged monster comes into your view. It's just terrible. Sorry about my rambling..I'm just tired of my near death encounters weekly and wanted to vent lol
Ha! That would freak me out also.
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This beautiful work of craftsman ship is slick and inviting. Powerful in it's day and unmatched by competiting companies (especially chevrolet and their camaros). But behold....it is now the spawning place of the most disturbing and atrocious of creatures...SPIDERS. I almost die atleast five or six times a week when one of these bad boys crawl across my window(from the inside) ,steering wheel or instrument cluster. Imagine driving 80+ on the interstate and then eight legged monster comes into your view. It's just terrible. Sorry about my rambling..I'm just tired of my near death encounters weekly and wanted to vent lol
Had that happen with a bee once...

Totally irrational but it is a primal reaction. So I feel ya.

180lb man freaking out of at a .1 oz insect.

Why????? Why god why?????
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Don't even get me started on spiders!!!!!!! i would flip **** if i saw one in my car when driving!!!!!
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Had that happen with a bee once...

Totally irrational but it is a primal reaction. So I feel ya.

180lb man freaking out of at a .1 oz insect.

Why????? Why god why?????
Haha right! Like I wish they would just go away

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Don't even get me started on spiders!!!!!!! i would flip **** if i saw one in my car when driving!!!!!
Espically when there quarter sized monsters -.- but on the bright side, I bug bombed my car for three hours. Hopefully that'll take care of those little devils!
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And...there back -.-
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They implanted all of there eggs into the foam in your air vents. I'm sorry but the car can't be saved.
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I'm driving the thing into a ditch tonight & torching it
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I'm driving the thing into a ditch tonight & torching it
Lol this is the only thing that could make me laugh while at work today.
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Make sure you use a lot of fire. They could be Mutant spiders. I haven't seen any that look like that. I'd cry if that was in my car
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It's all over now the mutant spiders are dead
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I had to check the original picture to make sure that was a different car. Lol.
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Aww... you could have become Spiderman!
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Keep the spiders and train them to help you rule the world! Or at least America lol
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I had to check the original picture to make sure that was a different car. Lol.
I'm not that desperate yet to go ahead and torch the car but I'm thinking about it ;P

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Lmao we'll they are mutant spiders so that shouldn't be hard...

Has anyone else had pest problems in their cars?
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I'm not that desperate yet to go ahead and torch the car but I'm thinking about it ;P

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Lmao we'll they are mutant spiders so that shouldn't be hard...

Has anyone else had pest problems in their cars?
Have fun!!

I have a couple spiders come and go and frogs once in a while but I have some weather seals that need replacing.
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Have fun!!

I have a couple spiders come and go and frogs once in a while but I have some weather seals that need replacing.
Haha frogs! Having one jump out at me while driving would not end well..I need to replace the seals too! I saw the nastiest looking spider crawl from the hood of my car into a crack in the seal
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I had spiders in a car once. Terrible. Good luck. I used a pest control company to get them out. Wasn't very expensive, but more importantantly it worked.
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I had spiders in a car once. Terrible. Good luck. I used a pest control company to get them out. Wasn't very expensive, but more importantantly it worked.
Just killed another one :/ about the size of a nickel.. And I called a pest control company an they big bombed my car already(you know the bombs meant for houses) haha I couldn't go in my car for days. I had to let it all air out or I would die from poison. But there back already -.-
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But a pet spider. I did so to get over my fear of them and it worked for me.
Or just get it treated?
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I hate spiders. You sir are extremely brave for driving with those creatures in the car
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I was driving down the road once, felt like something was crawling down the back of my head and neck. Naturally, I reach back to grab it. Pulled my hand around to look at the suspect, Spider! Also, in my 2000 mustang gt >_>
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Lmao, I saw a spider crawling from the gauge cluster and I was like holy ****! So I had to pull over and my girlfriend sprayed her perfume and the thing crawled away. She droved the Stang the rest of the day. Lol, that's how badly I'm afraid of spiders.
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But a pet spider. I did so to get over my fear of them and it worked for me.
Or just get it treated?
Man I would be too scared..I'd be afraid that it would crawl out of its cage during the night & I wake up with it crawling over my face or something

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I hate spiders. You sir are extremely brave for driving with those creatures in the car
Lol thanks, it's tough keeping your cool with them everywhere

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I was driving down the road once, felt like something was crawling down the back of my head and neck. Naturally, I reach back to grab it. Pulled my hand around to look at the suspect, Spider! Also, in my 2000 mustang gt >_>
Gosh I would have crashed my car..and I guess 2000 mustangs are spider magnets

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Lmao, I saw a spider crawling from the gauge cluster and I was like holy ****! So I had to pull over and my girlfriend sprayed her perfume and the thing crawled away. She droved the Stang the rest of the day. Lol, that's how badly I'm afraid of spiders.
Hahaha my girl has done the same exact thing with me! I couldn't drive knowing the spider was somewhere next to me in that side
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I'm starting to think Ford offered spiders as an option in 2000 lol
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Oh no doubt! Even being over my fear of spiders I would probably flip out at the sight of one crawling cross my gauges/glass/or for that matter anywhere being that it is not my spider.
I had a Mexican Red Kneed Tarantula
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bug bomb the car...it'll suck having to be down for the 24 hour period, but it'll be worth it to get to the eggs i'm sure are in the sound mat and foam.
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bug bomb the car...it'll suck having to be down for the 24 hour period, but it'll be worth it to get to the eggs i'm sure are in the sound mat and foam.
If you had read the thread you would have learned that he already tried this...
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I'm starting to think Ford offered spiders as an option in 2000 lol
I wish the previous owner of my mustang opted out of that option haha

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Ahh chuckers. Why?! That thing is hugee, did it ever escape
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I wish the previous owner of my mustang opted out of that option haha

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Ahh chuckers. Why?! That thing is hugee, did it ever escape
I know, who would want spiders in their car? I guess it could be considered an anti theft device lol
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I know, who would want spiders in their car? I guess it could be considered an anti theft device lol
Haha il stick with the good old beeping horn and flashing lights instead of mutant spiders..I wonder if anyone else is having as bad luck with pest in their 2000mustangs
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I wish the previous owner of my mustang opted out of that option haha

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Ahh chuckers. Why?! That thing is hugee, did it ever escape
Nope she was amazing
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Nope she was amazing
Was it expensive? I'm willing to try and get over my fears haha but it's kinda hard down here in Florida when I see black widows and brown recluses everywhere xD
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Was it expensive? I'm willing to try and get over my fears haha but it's kinda hard down here in Florida when I see black widows and brown recluses everywhere xD
Black widows won't kill ya unless your allergic or elderly.
And not expensive at all. Got mine for 35 bucks and had her for 5 years!
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