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On 2001-12-07 11:04, TwoStangWmn wrote:
I kinda like it cause my first Stang was a 74 Mustang11 Ghia! Ordered it from the factory and everything when I was 19. I was soooo proud. Now I look back and wish I would have had a V8!!! :lol:
Wow....that brings back memories!
I learned to drive a stick in a car just like that (minus the wheels, of course!)
I'm really BAD though....I've sort of excluded the whole 70's from my Mustang world.
Until recently, August 28th to be exact, I only cared about Mustangs '64 thru '73.
Now, I've EXPANDED to include all the late models of the late 80's and thru the 90's up to the BULLITT of '01 !!!
I know, I know....I'm a Mustang Snob.
Karl, excellent choice of links to use on the R! Good pictures there too! (I used one of them for my Wallpaper) :smile:
At the assmebly line they had to hand assemble the 18" tires as they were too big for the machinery to. They had a hard time getting the engine to fit too. It is funny, though. (I may have already mentioned this). When Bill lifts the hood for people to see, he watches their facial expressions and everyone opens their mouths wide and then "Oh sh**" comes out! :lol: Bill thinks if he charges $20 a ride, he will almost pay off the car in a couple of years! :razz:
When we get the new tires on the chrome R wheels we just got, our firend said he will take pics for us with his digital. :grin:
2001 DHG #344 Bullitt
2000 Cobra R #227
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