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  • rob

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    That is a beautiful Mustang.It just looks right.The '65 & '66 were my favorite fastbacks.The '68 fastback just doesn't do it for me.
    Don't get me wrong,I still love the styling of these early 'Stangs,but I'll take the '65/66.

    from Ottawa, ON, Canada
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  • Dustin Rittle

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    I must admit i was never really a big fan of Mustangs. I always thought they were a bit too common or mainstream for my taste. With that being said a 1965/66 mustang fastback with a v8 in a pretty color like this. Yeah I think I'll take one

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  • Greg Nelson

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    Beautiful 'Stang! If I ever hit it big, it'd be a few of these along with the Shelby versions.....in the meantime, I do enjoy my '05 GT.....

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  • Clayton Merchant

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    Hands down my favorite Mustang of all time. The early 2+2 Fastback just looked so right ,which I think led to it being the basis for the GT-350 & 500. Knew a kid in high school from a rival school who drove a white '66 with a tweaked 289 hi-po. All he would ever reveal was that it had a fast road cam and headers. A close friend of mine had a '69 Plymouth GTX with a 440 Super Commando converted to a 6 pack, pistol grip shifter and numerous other doo-dads. The kid with the Mustang would always show up and taunt us all saying that would take any of us in the quarter and I never saw him lose. He raced my friends GTX at least 3 times and won all 3. That Mustang was SUPER fast out of the hole and had it been any more than a quarter mile, the GTX would have caught it, once it got all of it's torque put down and the weight moving in the right direction. Good memories.

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  • Andreas Lavesson

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    I know it's super cliché, but I certainly wouldn't mind a 390 GT Fastback in Highland Green.

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  • Harry Thompson

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    At The Friends of Steve McQueen car show a few weeks ago, there was in fact a Bullitt Charger homage. Along with about a dozen Bullitt Mustangs.

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  • susen

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    Now a days the selection of car style is depends on users. As personality defer from person to person same as selection of cars differ ,some people like brand new styles and some goes for old styles.But what ever the situation you should select a place where you should get better servicing for your car. The technicians of that service center should posses knowledge about the particular brand and regarding to the car. So what brand you select no matters rather go for proper servicing that matters to extent the life of your car.

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  • Molly Edwadrs

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    Ford is the one of the luxury cars from German Manufactured Like BMW, Porsche etc. But the reality is how to maintain the car after buying it. So just select the best servicing point and help yourself to make your car comfortable in drive. And also you can reduce the extra expenses from repair and servicing if you are in touch with the Best BMW Mechanics with servicing point.

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