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Old 11-08-2004, 04:59 PM   #11
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Yup, Fords = unreliable. Most are boring too. My cousins 99' Mustange V6, one of the most boring cars, horrid acceleration. If i'd get a Ford it would be a Lincoln Mark VIII.
I thought so too...

Then I drove one. What a letdown :( jouncy, hard ride, and tepid performance, despite all those supposed horses. And this was a '93. Forget it. But, hey, at least they look nice
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