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Old 02-14-2013, 07:31 PM   #11  
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^^^. Amen brother!
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Old 02-14-2013, 08:32 PM   #12  
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I'm still going for the 3.7 V6 mustang.... lol
Let us know who wins darkpony04!
BTW my base 2011 weight is 3302 lbs and I think R/T weight is what? 4080 lbs?
That would put power to weight ratio in the mustangs favor?
Yes exactly...That was the Mustang kid's only argument.
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Old 02-14-2013, 08:38 PM   #13  
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Wait wait wait a goddamn minute. Am I the only one wondering what a 18 year old is doing with a brand new Mustang? And what is a 17 year old doing with a Hemi Challenger?

God I feel old saying this but....Back in my day we had to work for our first rides and my car was older than me...

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Well exactly. I got a 2004 v6 mustang and im 18 and I had to work for mine. They worked for theirs too.
The 18 year old used to have a Fusion and he works at a vet clinic which makes good money.
The 17 year old had a ford ranger and works on a farm and sells cattle....Sooo...yes they both worked for their cars.
^This kid also said he will be making payments until he turns 30...lol...22, 600 for it.
I'd rather have a car that gets me from point A to B now instead of making payments for 10 years. LOL
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Old 02-14-2013, 11:18 PM   #14  
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Wait wait wait a goddamn minute. Am I the only one wondering what a 18 year old is doing with a brand new Mustang? And what is a 17 year old doing with a Hemi Challenger?

God I feel old saying this but....Back in my day we had to work for our first rides and my car was older than me...

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Agreed, I would be starting a pool on which one of the fools wrecks their car first not a drag race.
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Old 02-15-2013, 02:38 AM   #15  
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Wait wait wait a goddamn minute. Am I the only one wondering what a 18 year old is doing with a brand new Mustang? And what is a 17 year old doing with a Hemi Challenger?

God I feel old saying this but....Back in my day we had to work for our first rides and my car was older than me...

Matthew
agreed, my old HS has plenty of cars in the lot that just makes me go "wtf"
i had a nissan altima, then after a year or so i got a 240sx, both were '95 i believe. Kept the 240 until I bought my stang
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My first car was 2 years older than me. A 1985 Mustang Coupe 4 banger. That my parents paid $800 bucks for for my sister and when she couldn't learn to drive a 5 speed I bought it from them.

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they bought the car for your sister...then they made you pay for it?they should have given it to you...did they like your sister better ? lol just kidding.
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