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Old 07-13-2008, 11:57 AM   #1
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saw this in the showroom at a local ford dealer.. i fell in love haha except the price tag ($34,999). I dont like the gaudy rims and i think they should have been black.. but i hadnt seen a mach 1 functional intake on the new body styles.. gotta say it still looks sharp. i think they had the power at 315 hp i dont remember their torque numbers. i believe the power they say is from their exhaust system and the intake. WHAT I DIDNT LIKE.. is what you dont see in the picture.. on the rear end where it says GT.. they put a red R next to it =X chime in.
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It looks decent.....I'm still not completly turned on to the S197's yet.

And if I saw the red R on the back, it would be one of the first things coming off!
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It looks decent.....I'm still not completly turned on to the S197's yet.

And if I saw the red R on the back, it would be one of the first things coming off!
[/align][/align]+1 of the "R", that would make me vomit if I was to see it live.[/align][/align]I'm also with you on the S197s. I really don't like them at all, and I've only seen a few that I would consider owning...but keep in mind I'm old...[/align][/align]IMHO, this is a Mustang to die for:[/align][/align]Click the image to open in full size.[/align][/align]
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It looks decent.....I'm still not completly turned on to the S197's yet.

And if I saw the red R on the back, it would be one of the first things coming off!
i agree. im luke warm to the S197 but usually just the front end of the saleen and a few other looks on specialty models. yeah i asked the dealer why they put the red R on there.. they said it was part of the advertising for Regency... so i replied the big *** banner on the top of the windshield saying REGENCY in white letters wasnt enough lol. i do gotta say, im a little impressed with the look of the hood scoop.
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Old 07-13-2008, 02:31 PM   #5
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I like it car looks different.
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