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Old 10-19-2003, 04:45 PM   #21
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If it'* a hatchback, pass on it. For some reason, the notchbacks are just faster. And the convertibles are heavier if you wan more traction. Get the tires to stick on the notchback and you'll have a 'Maro Eater!!
Thanks for the info. The notch-backs are the mustangs with the smaller C-pillar and an actual trunk, right?

All of the mustangs for that year look the same (all look like hatch-backs).
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If it'* a hatchback, pass on it. For some reason, the notchbacks are just faster. And the convertibles are heavier if you wan more traction. Get the tires to stick on the notchback and you'll have a 'Maro Eater!!
Thanks for the info. The notch-backs are the mustangs with the smaller C-pillar and an actual trunk, right?

All of the mustangs for that year look the same (all look like hatch-backs).
Here is a 1991 HATCHBACK:


Here is a 1991 NOTCHBACK:
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Oh, the 1990'* are about the same as '91'*. Here'* a 1990 Notchback:

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Hatchbacks are sexier though, there'* a reason it'* called a Fastback :P
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anyone know what izzle means yet? lol anyways heres my .08 i think that the old mustangs look stupid...but the new cobras look pretty good and id only drive a cobra...none of that gt crap...anyways the sweetest car i think would be teh smokey and the bandit car!!! the 80 trans or whatever it was...formula or somethin...taht would be awesome...or any bird w/ the bird on the hood
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If it'* a hatchback, pass on it. For some reason, the notchbacks are just faster. And the convertibles are heavier if you wan more traction. Get the tires to stick on the notchback and you'll have a 'Maro Eater!!
Thanks for the info. The notch-backs are the mustangs with the smaller C-pillar and an actual trunk, right?

All of the mustangs for that year look the same (all look like hatch-backs).
Here is a 1991 HATCHBACK:


Here is a 1991 NOTCHBACK:
thanks! i never really see those notch-backs on the road.

BTW: Izzle: is just a stupid little ending people put on the end of words.
EXAMPLE: for sure goes to fo shizzle; television goes to televizzle
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No prob!! Personally I like them better than the over-rated hatchback, or "fastback"...
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Have to reply with something I saw on Comedy Central:

Dear Izzie and Izzle,

Please stay off the ends of our words.

Thank you
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