Another One Gone.

Re: Another One Gone.

Postby SVTRonDogg » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:53 pm

Brakelate wrote:OK, so who's going to be the first to "pull the trigger" on a Hellcat? :mrgreen:


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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby SonicVenum » Thu Aug 07, 2014 6:44 am

SVTRonDogg wrote:
Brakelate wrote:OK, so who's going to be the first to "pull the trigger" on a Hellcat? :mrgreen:


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+1 If I had the cash to buy a Hellcat, I'd wait for the new GT350. If I had a little less cash, I'd buy a 2015 GT and mod it up a bit. A little less cash, and I'd buy a 2015 GT, and leave it stock, but still have a sh*t-eating grin on my face for a few months.
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby jhwalker » Thu Aug 07, 2014 8:27 am

SonicVenum wrote:
SVTRonDogg wrote:
Brakelate wrote:OK, so who's going to be the first to "pull the trigger" on a Hellcat? :mrgreen:


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+1 If I had the cash to buy a Hellcat, I'd wait for the new GT350. If I had a little less cash, I'd buy a 2015 GT and mod it up a bit. A little less cash, and I'd buy a 2015 GT, and leave it stock, but still have a sh*t-eating grin on my face for a few months.


With the trouble I am having getting the SPF into Mexico, I am looking at everything again. I like the Terminators, of course, but I am fascinated by the Coyote engine as it continues to evolve. Whatever it is, it will be a Ford. I have a friend' with a rotting 1970 Boss 302. I make him an offer for it about every 5 years, and he says NO and them I go over and look at the sagging headliner, the rat-eaten dash, the flat tires and get a little sick. But the Terminator spoils me. That blower whine is addictive...
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby SonicVenum » Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:44 pm

What keeps me from wanting to buy another Termi down the road is that I just didn't fit all that well in it. I fit much better in the S197, and I would imagine anything newer would be the same. BUT, I still have my Notch sitting in the garage, and now that I've been working on it again (installed an alarm with keyless entry and wired to the horn instead of an annoying siren, and have been fixing the stereo) it's been making the want to sell it fade. I'll continue working to get rid of a couple nagging issues (a squeak in the left rear suspension, occasional scrape of the parking brake bracket against the d/s, and paint imperfections), and see where I am once I have it at a place I feel is good enough to sell.

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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby jhwalker » Sat Aug 09, 2014 4:56 pm

SonicVenum wrote:What keeps me from wanting to buy another Termi down the road is that I just didn't fit all that well in it. I fit much better in the S197, and I would imagine anything newer would be the same. BUT, I still have my Notch sitting in the garage, and now that I've been working on it again (installed an alarm with keyless entry and wired to the horn instead of an annoying siren, and have been fixing the stereo) it's been making the want to sell it fade. I'll continue working to get rid of a couple nagging issues (a squeak in the left rear suspension, occasional scrape of the parking brake bracket against the d/s, and paint imperfections), and see where I am once I have it at a place I feel is good enough to sell.

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Considering that I might be in market for a car, I should ride in a modern Mustang. If you are comfortable in it, I should REALLY be comfy. :whistle:
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby fire818 » Wed Aug 20, 2014 9:22 am

Gone but not forgotten ohh how time fly's
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby racebronco2 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:32 pm

A little birdie told me a while back, couldn't believe it.
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby Brakelate » Wed Sep 17, 2014 11:22 pm

Don't pour Salt in a still fresh, open wound! :cry:
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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby jhwalker » Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:36 am

Brakelate wrote:Don't pour Salt in a still fresh, open wound! :cry:


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Re: Another One Gone.

Postby Tetge » Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:35 am

Brakelate wrote:Don't pour Salt in a still fresh, open wound! :cry:



Glad to oblige, since misery loves company.

As for the new Mustangs being more comfortable than the older ones? This is definitely true and, other than a bit of initial difficulty getting into my 2012, due to my bad hip, it is not cramped at all once behind the wheel. In fact, with the auto trans and the cloth interior, it feels like a slow Buick sedan, or a Camary, or some such vehicle.
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