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Old 06-22-2021, 07:48 PM   #43

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Originally Posted by redcoats1976 View Post
at 63 i resemble an "old folk".my 6 cylinder camaro RS is just right,and i think you are right,455 horsepower will only get you in trouble in todays world.this comes from a guy with 30 years of street racing experience and plenty of V8s in the past.8 mpg is just not cool.

Not really. I don't have any issues driving it. I can't imagine getting a v6 or a 4 in any car. Each one I buy keeps getting faster. I had an L82 Corvette, 99 Mustang GT, 2006 Mustang GT, then a 2012 Mustang GT and now a 2016 SS. I guess next up is the ZL1 or C7 or C8 Corvette for me!
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:51 PM   #44

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Originally Posted by CamaroSSStlfan View Post
I see lot of poser Mustangs. The S197 people would install the large GT fog lights on the front of the v6 ones or replace the smaller ones with the large ones.

Why does the Mustang crowd attract so many posers?
Older Mustang's are cheap and abundant, and they are kind of considered high performance. And they look sporty and cool. So yeah, they attract a lot of posers.

I personally way prefer sleepers over ricers.

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