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Old 06-30-2013, 11:16 PM   #1
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Old 07-01-2013, 06:56 PM   #2
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Looks good rock on! Half the fun is fixing it up...
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You already have the '12 why trade in for something only 1 year newer. Its got the same engine you do. I just dont see why you would want to take on more debt for a slightly different font and rear end. Why not save the money you were going to spend on the '13 for some mods for your '12?

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You already have the '12 why trade in for something only 1 year newer. Its got the same engine you do. I just dont see why you would want to take on more debt for a slightly different font and rear end. Why not save the money you were going to spend on the '13 for some mods for your '12?

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I was getting it for the convertible, it also had the premium features... and almost got a GREAT deal.

But alas, they wouldn't budge on an already good drop in retail price.... so I stay with the current 'stang for now.
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:09 PM   #8
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You already have the '12 why trade in for something only 1 year newer. Its got the same engine you do. I just dont see why you would want to take on more debt for a slightly different font and rear end. Why not save the money you were going to spend on the '13 for some mods for your '12?

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He was wanting to go coupe to convertible... Quite a difference if you ask me.
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