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Location: In Geo-synchronous orbit over redass' bathroom,
it does look too camaroish, so it's likely not a final production version. if anything this world market move is going to force ford to up the interior quality and handling. i like the Turbo I-4 over the v6. THE V8 IS NOT GOING ANYWHERE STOP FREAKING OUT LIKE HEADLESS CHICKENS PEOPLE!
Originally Posted by mustangcat
Yep. Sadly I have to give up the Charger for a Ford Expedition.
Personally I think the current configuration is the best nod to the good ol days- and that prototype is too much of a departure from anything Mustang. Looks more like a Camaro- which I like- but only if its a Camaro- not a Mustang thinking it needs to look like a Camaro! just sayin.
I rather like it. I really want another Mustang and can't wait for this aniversary model to come out. just hope they do it right. the current design just doesnt work for me. I have owned 6 in the past :65 fsbk, 69 fsbk, 70 coupe, 86 Htbk GT, 99 conv GT, and 03 GT. Then I decided to try the 2010 Camaro. After 14 months it just didn't have my heart so I go rid of it and decided to wait for the 2014 model. Keeping my fingers crossed hoping Ford doesn't fail me............................
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