buying a Ford mustang?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 11:49
myself i like the older mustangs ! i like the Shelby GT, the mach 1 and the cobra gt !
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 11:57
Well it depends on your price really.. but really I like the new ones. They just have a mean look to them, especially the GT 500 ( I think thats what its called?) and the Cobra. Awesome cars man. Best of luck!
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 12:08
1972 Mach 1 but what does that have to do w/ what mustang YOU are buying?
Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 12:09
I got a 14 Shelby Cobra GT 500 in my showroom... $75,000.00 if anyone is interested , 662 HP
Answer #5 | 19/12 2013 18:59
I own a 1976 Mustang Cobra II, fastback 302, 4-speed (soon to be 5-speed). My all time favorite was the 1967 fastback. To buy and build one would have cost me about 4 times as much as my '76. I like the '76 because I have always liked and owned smaller, high performance cars (Datsun Z, Toyota Supra Turbo, etc.). The sound and feel of a high performance V-8 is what I desired and got. Even though the second generation Mustang ('74-'78) was my second choice, I really love the car. Advantages over gen 1: stock power disc brakes on the front, power rack & pinion steering, lighter weight for handling and acceleration, low initial purchase price. Since few are being restored, it is a rarity and it gets a lot of attention. Disadvantages: almost no aftermarket parts support. Parts can be found, you just have to do a little more homework (Ebay has them). I searched pictures of modified second generation Mustangs to get a few ideas for my build. The first thing that had to be changed was the wheels (16" alloys instead of the 13" centerlines). I didn't care for the looks of the 3rd generation Mustang (Fox Body) even though it was smaller yet.

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