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Discussion in 'Front Page Articles' started by SID297, Dec 20, 2018.
I've got a brick, I'm sure we can get in on the weekend.
Pick your poison.
I normally try to be with my wife and son on the weekends but if i'm in town i would be happy to show you the cars.
Sent you a PM. If you’re free let me know.
Pick your poison.
Trumpet intake runners plus one of the few cars with a smog legal fuel cells. Straight up gangster.
IMO '73 and earlier Mustangs just had a quality of soul not seen since. And it wasn't just the mechanics of the device. Probably much was due to the other events going down during the era as well...it was along with the fuel of youthful lust, and ridiculous levels of optimism with so many people seeming to consider themselves to be immune to so many consequences worth worrying about...at least nothing that couldn't be psychologically remedied with a 6-pack of Bud lol.
there was often a pervasive lack of fear surrounding behavior that was far more risky than it was almost ever given credit for being...back when it was still fun to be just plain deliberately ignorant enough to not have a sensible amount of fear connected with doing felonious sh!t lol. back when you had buddies who for example, one of them just 3 weeks ago got killed doing some of the same foolishness that you just did together a year ago and afterward laughed about while drinking a beer on his parents' porch together with his Dad. back when unlawful blood alc level was .015.
can you recall a time when one year was a genuinely long f**king time? remember that??? to me now, 12 years thinking back on something is like what 2-years-ago felt like when i was a teenager.
Back then, other peripherals besides just driving/riding went into the mix of all that was a blast about what you did with your Mustang. There was a degree of something magical in the air and it wasn't just the everywhere-you-look amount of chemicals so easy to be gotten. Mustang fun was so much more than just going from point A to point B quickly and noisily. ...you could do it all barefooted if you chose!
at some point in time, ..."In The Beginning"...there was no Mustang yet, and then sometime later, it came into existence. just the newness of this vehicle was a "thing" back then at some point. black and white TV commercials advertised it after the Marlboro commercials...not too much before that time there were no black people in commercials yet. nor did anybody on CBS or NBC say "hell" or "damn." now, Mustang's been out so long, Ford has "retro-ed" the hell out of it for decades.
I'm for sure not a rich guy, but i have way more material means nowadays than i did back then. and to be honest, i'm probably less happy more often than i wish i was. so much depends on attitude though. deliberate ignorance IMO isn't necessarily always such a bad option. it's definitely possible to think too much. i can say that for sure...as i approach the senile stage of life, lol. i don't know that i'd call ignorance bliss, but it's for sure less uncomfortable sometimes.
and it's a wonderful and joyful part of life to own a performance vehicle and to be able to go someplace called, "online" from time to time and practice the skill of "dodging trolls" whatever the hell that is....oops! i said "hell"
Surprised especially with this added exposure, this car has not sold yet.
Does this one have the black book?