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redmustang91 60M  
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8/6/2020 2:21 pm

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Mustang cars


Ford plans stop making and selling sedans and other cars, except Mustangs soon. Only SUVs and trucks are profitable so they are giving up on most cars. Some doubt this is smart if gas prices get too high in the future.

I like Mustang cars. My first redfire Mustang Cobra I bought in July 2002. It was fun and not that reliable. Stick shift on the freeways was not fun. I sold it in 2010 and got a red 2011 Mustang GT in Oct. 2010 with 410 HP. More sensible with a six speed auto transmission. Again upgraded the brakes, and handling, but left the motor stock for the warranty.

Drove that 2011 until July 2019, when I traded it on a 460 HP 2019 red Mustang GT with ten speed auto and upgraded performance pack and magnetic damping. This car did not need any mods to have good brakes and handling. Been a year with no problems driving and only 9,000 miles on it due to the virus shutting down much activity.

I thought about buying the 2020 Shelby GT 500 for the fun of 760 HP, but $90,000 seems like a lot to spend on a car in a recession time. Besides I would probably lose my Driver license for speeding with the Shelby, and I need that for my practice...

I may be crazy, but I try not to be stupid.

redmustang91 60M  
9633 posts
8/6/2020 2:22 pm

The automatic transmission shift better and faster than the sticks these days.....


author51 57F  
99819 posts
8/6/2020 11:23 pm

Mustangs are one of my favourite cars also, especially Classic Mustangs..xoxo

One can never have enough JOY in their life...


redmustang91 60M  
9633 posts
8/7/2020 4:56 am

Classic cars are nice to look at, but I prefer the higher performance and safety features of modern technology. Like blind spot warning, park assist, back up cameras, more horsepower, etc. The Brembo brakes are great. The magnetic damping system is very effective. The IRS system gives better handling and improved steering without bump steering.


WyoCowboy7751 67M
715 posts
8/7/2020 5:27 am

Things about Mustangs and this post ; bring about that feeling of missing the one I once had !! It was a 1965 Mustang SVO !! I once blew the head gasket and had it towed too a shop that I knew specialized in Mustangs for full go over and replacement of gasket !! When I picked it up ; mechanic told me that he discovered that what I had was actually a year 1964 1/2 !!! Ford had made a test run of the model before actual mass production in '65 !! For a 289 Turbo Charged ; Boy did that little Baby Haul ASS !!! I still miss the Whine of the Turbo when Romping On it just before it Kicked In !!!!


redmustang91 60M  
9633 posts
8/8/2020 8:25 am

Mustangs are the most performance bang for the buck. I also had a 1990 fox body GT notchback that was light and had about 500 HP to the rear wheels with a Vortech supercharger running only about 6 pounds of boost to not grenade the engine. Lots of fun for the money.


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