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Nothing like the sound of a GT350 289 with side exiting exhaust. Anyone know where Ep (episode ?) 1 & 2 are?

Another story that reminds us that cars have been and will always be an important part of our life stories.

The Lounge / Ford Design Concepts for the 1967 Fastback Mustang
« on: August 16, 2018, 05:18:08 PM »
This is probably old news to many here, but its new to me, so I am sharing with those like me that have not seen these concepts before. Especially  the trunk air brake operated with cougar components. The rear spoiler sure looks familiar

The Lounge / Would you rather have the car or the watch?
« on: August 13, 2018, 11:58:54 PM »
Interesting that there are people with this much disposable cash (not me haha) but frankly I would rather have a real Daytona Coup for the this amount of money. Of course I could wear the Daytona watch into a famous 4 Star rated restaurant with a young starlet on the other arm, but I am sure it would be more fun to take her on a drive on Mulholland Drive (like the Monkees TV show) and scare the $%&# out of her (and me ) in one of the 6 original Daytona Coups.


Replicas and Tribute / Cobra Replicas on TV
« on: August 13, 2018, 11:46:29 PM »
This looks like a replica Cobra based on the 1993 TV show date and not one of the later continuation models. I'm not an expert by any means to know. Maybe some can identify it based on close up of the dash or the rather unique license plate number. Cant be many starting with the name of a body function  ;D

The Lounge / 10,000,000TH Ford Mustang Built
« on: August 13, 2018, 10:38:07 PM »
Seems like only yesterday it was the 1966 1,000,000th one built.

Ten million cars is a lot of cars. Only about 25 nameplates have ever crossed that mega-threshold and now, Ford adds its Mustang to that list. The Blue Oval invited owners of all 54 years out to its Dearborn, Michigan, headquarters and then to the Flat Rock Plant, where the Mustang has been built since the fifth generation began production in 2004.


Siemens' autonomous ran a 1965 Mustang Coup up the Goodwood hill climb
It was the first autonomous road car to climb the Duke of Richmond's hill. Not bad for a 53-year-old American pony car.

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