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What Era of Mustang Do You Fang Around?

  • First Batch 1964-1966

    Votes: 55 11.3%
  • Glory Years 1967-1973

    Votes: 128 26.4%
  • Years of Limbo 1974-80

    Votes: 10 2.1%
  • Revival 1981-1985

    Votes: 12 2.5%
  • Fangs Added 1986-1996

    Votes: 84 17.3%
  • Modern Age 1997-2004

    Votes: 156 32.2%
  • Fifth Generation 2005 - 2014

    Votes: 38 7.8%
  • Sixth Generation 2015-up

    Votes: 2 0.4%
  • Mach-E 2020 - present

    Votes: 0 0.0%
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nice!
 

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01 Bullitt:hy:
 

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84 gt turbo:hy:
 

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:driver:1969 MACH 1 . I drive every day. I get people following me home every day wishing I would sell. I 1969 Coupe for 30 years. Now the MACH iS MY BABY.:hy:
 

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2006 Mustang GT here!

Premium, Satin Silver w/ red interior pkg, automatic, 18" Polished Alum "Bullitt" wheels, Ford Racing Power Pack.
 

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New to the site and was wanting to coment on the new Bullitt. Pros: Looks good on the outside, inside and the 373 rear are a plus. Cons: The engine and transmission, FORD YOU MISSED IT.... AGAIN ! This is an American Icon and it should have had a n/a 5.4 with a 6 speed from lets say a 2000 Cobra R. It was rated at 385 hp which was actually around 360 hp at the wheels. It only makes sense the 5.4 and 6 speed fit in the new car well with ac. ( GT 500 is basically the same car with a s/c version of the 5.4 ), the Bullitt is a limited production car anyway so why not give it the power it has earned. As much as I hate to say this but the new challenger and camaro will probably outrun us again. :screwy:
 

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As much as I hate to say this but the new challenger and camaro will probably outrun us again. :screwy:
True. I'm thinking of dropping my GM Visa points on a new camaro. I figure if it rides half decent as it looks then I'll order one and it should arrive within' a year! GM's powertrains are much more improved than they were even five years ago. The mustang is still second on my list
 

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I have a 96 GT with the PI swap, an MGW sts, and a magnaflow catback and more to come in the future
 

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I owned and 2 Mustangs, a 67 Convertible Shelby/Eleanor clone and original owner of 73 Mach1.
 

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I currently owned a 1973 Mach 1 that I purchased in December 1972 with 109,000 miles on the clock. Some engine modifications has been done over the years. motor: 1971-351CJ 4V closed chambered heads, headers, flowmasters, 10:1 compression, 715cfm 4V Holley, Ram Air induction, Crane cam, C6 with B&M stuff, 3.73:1 traction-lok.
I also owned a 1967 Convertible as picture on the left. She is a Shelby/Eleanor look alike with 5.0 HO crate motor, 4V 650cfm Holley, Crane cam, headers, 8" 3.50.1 traction-lok and lots of goodies.
Loves those Mustangs Old and New.:yummy:
 
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