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I'm not saying name calling is fun and if glen is like that it still isnt going to change his personality by moving him to another section.
I'm not trying to change Glen, I have already been told several times that that is NOT going to happen. Since that is not going to happen, I think an area where we, as modification friendly Mustang owners, can talk about our cars and the changes that we make to them without his interference.
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I guess my son and I are doing a restomod to one extent or another,,, but I really enjoy this section, even with it's "issues"...Hell,,, I have "issues" with my wife and kids,,,, but seperation aint always the best solution,,, I think we should vocalize our opinions, even vigorously, and then agree to disagree when we can't find common ground.
As I have said many times, there has always been a rift between those who like "stock" and those who like "modified", this will not change,,, ever. We can make the most of this rift, andrun the risk oflearning somthing, or we can disregard the other point of view and remain ignorant to the fact that valid opinions can existthat differ fromthe opinions that we hold as our own.
I mean it's not like we are discussing religion or politics here,,,, it is not likely that someone will actually die because of the different positions that "stock people" and "modified people" hold. The most I have seen getting hurt here are feelings,, I am of the opinion that the feelings of grown men (and women)will grow back ifallow them to.
I think that most of the disagreements here actually add flavor to the forum, especially when the discourse remains more or less"civil". Besides, each of us is going to do what we want with our cars, regardless of (and sometimes in spite of)what others think.
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I think I may want to change my vote also. I know that I dont "post" here often, but I can assure you that I frequent these boards daily, I just like to observe and I don't feel the need to comment on every thread. I notice Glen hates the idea of talking about anything that is not "original", but the truth is, not very many of us have numbers matching cars, does that mean they are not classics? The abovereferenced thread goes to show that our "moderator" is out of line. Besides, a motorcraft carb is just a generic version of a Holley.
I vote, that we either get seperate sections, or a new moderator.
I definitely think it should remain one forum, like stated previously, you can modify your stang all you want but you still have a classic, and we can all learn from one another.
Maybe in the post heading you could add "Resto" or "RM?" to designate restomod question, then those who don't prefer restomods could choose to not read and/or post in the forum.
I think theres room for young and old.
nah leave it alone. hey im all for restomods, my car is more restomod than factory spec, but its an internet forum and really we all love mustangs. if someone says your digital gauges are gay and that offends you and makes you decide not to get them or something, youve got bigger problems then wether or not their should be a restomod vs classic section on a mustang forum.
choice 1= create a 2nd section so that Glen doesn't have to grow up and start being polite to restomoders. And as a result, everyone has to go search two places for help.
choice 2= put up with Glen's inmature negativity towards restomods.
Is it really too much to ask for Glen to keep his restomod comments to himself or ask the restomoder's to ignore his efforts to get a rise out of them???
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