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My new horse

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motor12 created the topic: My new horse

I know its not a Wheel Horse but a mustang is a horse. And its red (ruby red) I've had mustangs off and on since my first second hand 1966 mustang that i bought in 1968. I had the itch for another performance car with a 6 speed standard shift. Its a 2017, I couldn't wait for the 2018s to come out. For the life of me I can't understand why people want a self driving car. I like the driving experience, the sound of lots of horse power and banging gears. Just thought I would share some thoughts and a picture.


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nappypappy replied the topic: My new horse

:bow2 :woo :smile2 :bacon0


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Geno replied the topic: My new horse

That's a real sweety Motor, right color too lol. Congrats! :woo


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GT 14 replied the topic: My new horse

Lookin good Motor, enjoy the ride. :hi5


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Kurt-NEPA replied the topic: My new horse

motor12 wrote: For the life of me I can't understand why people want a self driving car. I like the driving experience, the sound of lots of horse power and banging gears.[/attachment]


Sweet ride Motor, you are one lucky guy. :thumb1 :thumb1

I fully agree with gear banging. I've hated every automatic I ever owned. I completely miss my 1972 Carmaro RS with a 4 speed. But today I'm much tamer. Driving a Honda Accord Sport - 6 speed manual. Love it.


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BobsBullitt replied the topic: My new horse

Very nice car...beautiful and lots of fun I'd say, I know my 2009 Bullitt was a blast

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