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    "I am a Ford, not a Lincoln."

    Gerald R. Ford

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    Love the Mach 1s... sweet looking cars!
    Avid Jeep Cherokee XJ Collector. My Collection (still adding). Cherokees I'm looking for :-)

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    • #3
      A car that took a long time to get it's due- always seem to fall in the shadow of the '65-'70 models. AutoWorld did a great job with this one! I like the Ultra Reds with the realistic tires much better than the colored tire versions. My 25 year old son is just the opposite however- he loves the chases with the non-traditional features.

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      • #4
        💖LOVE💖 them Stangs to the max 🥰😍









        Last edited by Stangfreak; 10-15-2021, 09:08 PM.

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        • #5
          Hot Dang! I have always like these years of Mustangs. Even when they where not popular. Kinda like the 3rd Gen Chargers of the same years. Now, these days everyone wants one now. Go figure.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Firehawk73 View Post
            Hot Dang! I have always like these years of Mustangs. Even when they where not popular. Kinda like the 3rd Gen Chargers of the same years. Now, these days everyone wants one now. Go figure.
            Agreed, Paul/Firehawk73. I began to like and appreciate this generation Mustang a lot more after watching the classic James Bond film "Diamonds are Forever" which featured that beautiful red one, believe it or not.

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