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FishOnOne

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For you gear heads. Ford released their next gen Mustang and it's good to see pure muscle car DNA featured with this new platform.

5.0L V8 putting out ~500HP
10 speed auto transmission
6 speed Tremec manual transmission
Convertible option

Looks like Camaro may go away in the future and Dodge is threatening to make their muscle car EV or in line 6, so it's good to see Ford investing in the Mustang platform to keep it a good looking fun to drive car and will sell everyone they can build.

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The wakeup call has been issued!

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Looks to me quite good!


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No thanks, I’ll stick with my 1st gen Mustang; I prefer the looks of the original over the new ones.

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Tow rating and payload?[emoticon]

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shelbyfv wrote:

Tow rating and payload?[emoticon]


For gear heads

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Wonder if it will still run when it is 54 years old like mine.


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Good question; my 2+2 GT is 2 years older.

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I notice it is another nice gasser but not allowed in CA after 2023. P.S. don't tell the folks.

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FishOnOne wrote:

shelbyfv wrote:

Tow rating and payload?[emoticon]


For gear heads
Aaaah. Just wondering if there was a relevance to Tow Vehicles that I'd missed. Really enjoyed my Fox bodied 5.0 but these new ones should be much nicer!

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U Can't go back. The new has little relation to the old other than name. Who needs 500+ horsepower to go 45 mph in town or 70 on open highway. U have to feed and insure those horses.

What do they have to do with RVing.

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