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Actually no. I Have been driving several other vehicles in the 20yrs of driving the Fox daily, some small and some SUV's, to include all types of Military vehicles and 44 passenger bus! and there is no doubt the S197 is much larger and has been difficult getting used to it's size. three yrs of driving it you'd think I'd have it down by now. But hit a curb a couple days ago making a right and hit the right rear tire. Never ever in my 93.
Also if you add a GT500 spoiler forget about trying to back up.
i have a gt500 type of spoiler and backing up is no problem at all.......i actually thought the mustang felt small compared to my Cadillac and the buick i used to own. it is bigger than the 2000 gt i had but only slightly
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