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Old 08-14-2007, 12:02 PM   #41
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Last night as my husband and I were loading groceries in my mustang, I said out loud.....
<smirk> " this is just wrong.......<chuckle> this is just wrong....
My little stang is a grocery getter !!! " I LOVE my car ! I fit more groceries in the trunk then in my 05 Jeep Liberty ( which I traded in to get the mustang ). $200.00 bucks worth of groceries AND the Ford table and chair set I won at the Michigan Mustang show. Another thing, I have a 15 yr old girl and a 13 yr old boy, and they fit perfectly in the back. BTW...my daughter can't WAIT to get the keys to my car.
Theresa, is your car auto? I have a 17 year old daughter and that's why I got stick. She was upset at first until I bought her a Focus. Now my son who is only 11, can't wait to get his license....Good Lord!
Yep its an auto...Wish I would of got a stick. That's what I learned to drive on. ( Chevette )
lol Hear ya on the good lord part... I don't think I would be able to afford the insurance on a 15 yr old driver on a Mustang anyways. Heard that when the kid's get to driving age the insurance
company puts them on the policy ! You have to sign a waiver saying they won't drive that car.
My daughter says she will get her own Mustang...lol
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