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Old 04-22-2006, 11:09 PM   #11
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yeah nice looking car, not saying i would own one, but its nice to look at. don't like the 20s, like Hans said, something a bit smaller like 18s would look alot better.
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Old 04-22-2006, 11:11 PM   #12
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I like it. I agree with Hans on prefering the retro look, but A no vintage street car came with 18'*, let alone 20'* and B I think they take there styling from the old Cragar Magnesium 5 point rims. So I think they do fit the car... I agree the center caps are lacking but I think the rims fit the style of a retro stang.

Besides, I love the color,



The 6 cyclinder is a joke, but as for options you don't need AC to go fast.....


Just my 2 cents....
I meant they are vintage looking.... only modern with 20 inches.
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Old 04-22-2006, 11:13 PM   #13
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yeah that'* definately a V6 mustang. rims are nice, though.
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Old 04-22-2006, 11:34 PM   #14
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as for options you don't need AC to go fast.....
i'm talking stuff like v8, sunroof, convertable, not ac.
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Who'* that that said a V6 stang is like a cake with no icing? That was true. I just plain don't like Fords. I like the styling and all, but I don't like the vehicles. Don't like the motors or the trannys, I just don't like them. Nice looking car, though.
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Who'* that that said a V6 stang is like a cake with no icing? That was true. I just plain don't like Fords. I like the styling and all, but I don't like the vehicles. Don't like the motors or the trannys, I just don't like them. Nice looking car, though.
you might change your mind once you drive a real 06 rustang
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Who'* that that said a V6 stang is like a cake with no icing? That was true. I just plain don't like Fords. I like the styling and all, but I don't like the vehicles. Don't like the motors or the trannys, I just don't like them. Nice looking car, though.
you might change your mind once you drive a real 06 rustang
My Major in JROTC has an 05 Mustang and said he was kinda dissapointed in it.
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Old 04-22-2006, 11:56 PM   #18
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I think it looks sharp. I'd drive it
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my big gripe with them is that all the nice looking ones are V6. I have only seen about a dozen GT'* not on dealer lots, and all of them have had plain paint jobs and regular wheels. Only two have been convertibles. It seems the "Cool" extras are there to sell the V6 to people who want to look good.
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A friend at work has an 06 GT, black, SLP exhaust, and 18" wheels in a similar style. It'* a great looking car.
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