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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2020, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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This one was not a fast pony...

https://www.autoblog.com/2020/04/15/...64-horsepower/
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Indeed, it must have been a sad era for Mustang fans...

(edit) Must have been muttering: "Dark times are upon us." Or, stuff I shouldn't type here...

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I bought one that looked just like this test car. Just married and was driving 500 miles a week for work. The Little stang did its job for me for over 100k miles.
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in the mid to late 80's i made a good side job living buying wrecked fox bodies, using parts from other cars to fix and re sell for significantly more after a weeks worth of work.
i think i have owned over 50 of those cars.
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in the mid to late 80's i made a good side job living buying wrecked fox bodies, using parts from other cars to fix and re sell for significantly more after a weeks worth of work.
i think i have owned over 50 of those cars.
Wow Roy! In the early 2000's Bill and I owned a 1990 LX convertible. He didn't like it for some reason so he sold it a year later. The Ford color was
"Bright Red." He sold it probably because it wasn't fast enough. He owned his 20000 Cobra R at the time so I imagine so.
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Well, had he warmed up the tranny and the diff it certainly would have made 67 horsepower.
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Well, had he warmed up the tranny and the diff it certainly would have made 67 horsepower.
Now..that's funny!
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