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Jul 12, 2013 10:49AM
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A Mustang is plainly one of the symbols of Pure American Automotive prowess.  Every time I drive  down the road and see a nice GT, or Boss, or Shelby I can't help but look and wish I had one.. Mustangs are just plain cool, classy vehicles. 
Jul 16, 2013 12:53PM
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The Mustang is the reason they ever built the Camaro and the Challenger. The Mustang is the reason they stopped building the Camaro and the Challenger. The Mustang is the reason they started building the Camaro and the Challenger again. Long live the Ford Motor Company and it's Ford Mustang.
Jul 16, 2013 12:26PM
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I'll take a New Boss or Shelby GT over a 911 or M3 any day.
Jul 11, 2013 3:18PM
Jul 16, 2013 11:42AM
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I LOVE my  red 2007 Mustang!!! It's just a V6, but I hear "nice car" all the time!!! Next car will be a new Mustang!!!
Jul 16, 2013 11:34AM
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2012 BOSS .. best Mustang ever made.  Love that pony!
Jul 16, 2013 11:52AM
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Not really a Ford fan but I do like the Mustang. It started a great car trend in general along with the Pontiac GTO, Chevy Camaro, and the Barracuda, GTX, and Chargers. Mustangs were good from '65 to about '72. Got a little larger but better engines and transmissions. When they went small I knew it was the end. Then the '05 came out and it was obvious Ford was starting think about designs that would sell instead of trying to make a name sell a car. GM and Chrysler are doing the same with the Camaro and Challenger plus all 3 are able to make great V-6s for a reasonably powerful option. Personally I like the exteriors of these cars more than the interior design. I am talking about dash design and layouts. Sometimes I don't think interior designers are on the same page as what is best for a driver as far as gauge sizes and placement. Sometimes accessory function and placement is confusing when it should be simple and obvious. Too many tech geeks in the design kitchen distract from actually driving a great car. 
Jul 11, 2013 5:12PM
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The 2005 V6 has 210 not 202 hp. The 202 hp was in the Explorer, you think they would know that who wrote the article
Jul 16, 2013 12:04PM
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The original 1964 Mustang weighed 2445 lbs.  Todays Mustang?   Actually, its 3712 lbs.  That's a weight gain of more than 50%.  Am I the only one that thinks that's a real shame?  Just wondering.
Jul 16, 2013 12:11PM
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I've had 5 Mustangs, plus a fox-bodied Capri and a fox-bodied T-bird. (the fox platform is the 79-2004 Mustang floor/suspension design.  My favorite was my 1968 Cobra-Jet 4284-speed  fastback.  (sadly, not one of the factory race-built ones).  I would take it back again in a heartbeat.  The 428 got headers, slicks and a (holley 4-barrel) next-jet-size upgrade and proceeded to run in the 11 second/117-120 mph bracket at the drag strip.  The following year some minor head porting and a little more compression got it into the high 10 second range.  Run after run for 2 years with no drive-train problems, no issues, and lots of performance potential past where I took it.  Great car.
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