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Old 08-24-2010, 11:15 AM   #21  
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I'd go after a used '05 thru '09 but that's because I'm partial to the tailights being more retro on those year.
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:27 AM   #22  
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Thanks for the very helpful opinions guys. I started to also browse at the 2000-2004 gt's(mydad had a 2000 and that I did love) and since those go for 7-8k I think I could get away with getting that, going And doing nice mods/ fixes to clean it up and still hold onto the bike. I think I need to go test drive more stangs and figure out if it's more the sound, joy of building something up, and fact of having a RWD sportscar that I want. Not the newest most expensive one that I will be very limited on mods due to cash and warranty.

Going for a drive, I'll report back later :-)
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:30 AM   #23  
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Thanks for the very helpful opinions guys. I started to also browse at the 2000-2004 gt's(mydad had a 2000 and that I did love) and since those go for 7-8k I think I could get away with getting that, going And doing nice mods/ fixes to clean it up and still hold onto the bike. I think I need to go test drive more stangs and figure out if it's more the sound, joy of building something up, and fact of having a RWD sportscar that I want. Not the newest most expensive one that I will be very limited on mods due to cash and warranty.

Going for a drive, I'll report back later :-)
Cool man, let us know what you find. A nice terminator would be fun perhaps.
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:33 AM   #24  
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Wait until the 50th anniversary redesign?
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Thanks for the very helpful opinions guys. I started to also browse at the 2000-2004 gt's(mydad had a 2000 and that I did love) and since those go for 7-8k I think I could get away with getting that, going And doing nice mods/ fixes to clean it up and still hold onto the bike. I think I need to go test drive more stangs and figure out if it's more the sound, joy of building something up, and fact of having a RWD sportscar that I want. Not the newest most expensive one that I will be very limited on mods due to cash and warranty.

Going for a drive, I'll report back later :-)

Good choice young man....
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