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Old 12-07-2013, 07:51 AM   #11
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Holding judgement till I see the "New" Mustang in the flesh...........

By far the most fun car I have ever driven is the 86 SVO Mustang 4 cyl turbo (DW hates it Its too old school for her no hydraulic clutch) The 66 289 Rag top is nice but the SVO will run circles around it......... The SVO was overpriced & ahead of its time......... but a blast to drive would run easily with the 5.0s ...... So I would hope the new 4 cyl would do the same or better............

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Old 12-07-2013, 09:42 AM   #12
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Luvin' that '66 ragtop GT.

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Old 12-07-2013, 10:02 AM   #13
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Love those Mustangs. I also have one tho she went through the Iowa flood of 2008 with water up to her windows, 15 gal of water in her engine (along with being full of oil). Still rebuilding her AGAIN. Every time I get her close to being restored something happens, rear ended, someone runs a red light, now flood.
She is a 1965 200 Ci 6 cyl, non synchro low 3 speed trany slowly restoring her AGAIN. Will have pics this spring right now to much snow to uncover her. Did I mention that I am the 3rd owner? Original engine, trans, interior for now, colors going back to original also, Wimpelton white with palomino interior,
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Old 12-07-2013, 10:10 AM   #14
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I bought an 86 stang, second biggest POS I ever bought.
4 banger with auto, lost the rear end first pinion bearing , then the heater core went to leaking.
After six months it started suckin more oil than gas, bad head gasket.
Then the air pump, the starter and then the shifter lock out broke.
Never so glad to dump this off at the scrap yard.
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Old 12-07-2013, 10:57 AM   #15
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2015 looks absolutely awesome!
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Old 12-07-2013, 02:47 PM   #16
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Had to chime in

We just got a 2014 365saq sirrea and im new to the forum. Have a 1983 5.0 I re-did and took me 7 years to finish. Its heavily modified. It kinda freaked me out when i saw the 2015 body style. it looks so different. My fav is the 1st run on the boss 302 retro look in 2005.
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Old 12-07-2013, 02:50 PM   #17
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Thanks Gregg. You also have one sweet Stang; that shade of red is awesome. Gus (an 07 model) is now pushing 68k miles, but gets lots more garage time and TLC since I retired... Hasn't been driven in the rain or inclement weather over the past couple years. Totally agree on the rear facia Are you giving thought?
I meant 2015 in my previous post. That rear facia looks cool. I'd like to have the new Coyote engine but I have so much money (and time) into mine I'll keep it.

It's never seen snow and I live in Northern Minnesota. Garaged before the snow flies. Only comes out after the salt is off the road. Only been in a couple rains. I have a lift and wash the under carriage. Anal huh?

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