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Old 01-06-2004, 12:35 AM   #21
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My mom'* 98 Windstar w/ the 3.8L did 10 seconds flat 0-60 with 6 ppl total in it. I was definitely impressed. Once you hit 90 or so, the gas pedal starts vibrating so bad that I scares the crap out of me though.
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Same time here with the Green Giant (98 Windstar) Scariness...those things are actually pretty awesome to drive...although sometimes the tail end gets a little weird when there'* no one in the back seats.

Sounds pretty good too Ford makes a pretty good minivan!!!

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