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Old 08-07-2004, 21:00   #1 (permalink)
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hey everybody,

I drive a 98 v6 camaro my dad drives a 95 mustang with a cobra engine in it. Hes getting a new truck so I get to choose between the stang and the camaro. The camaro looks nicer cause its newer but the mustang is really fast looks good as well, what do you all think?
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Re: trade a camro/mustang

On a ford forum, people will tell you to go the mustang.

Drive them both and stick with whatever you prefer to drive... Also a V8 mustang over a V6 camaro, I'd say go the V8!
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Re: trade a camro/mustang

I don't know much about the newer stuff, but if the Mustang is a genuine Cobra car, I'd stick whith that. Long term value will be higher, and like you said, it's more fun to drive.
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Re: trade a camro/mustang

guess its too late now, well its not late for nothing cause I liked the mustang better. the sad thing about this deal is that we sold the car for way to cheap, it had 90000 miles on it, looked great and sold it for $3700, I told my dad to ask more for it, but he wanted to sell it fast. End of story.lol
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