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Old 04-15-2014, 01:09 PM
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Mustang 50 years old.

Last night on the news they had a story on the Mustang turning 50 years old. Then it turned into a lady that bought the first Mustang Off the show room floor. It is a convertible, and she still owns it. Her husband has redone the car and it looks brand ne, didn't say how many miles are on it but it must be worth some bucks with the history of it.

Happy Birthday Mustang.

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to bad most of the mustangs i see at ''classic'' car shows were made within the last 5 years
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to bad most of the mustangs i see at ''classic'' car shows were made within the last 5 years

Assembled with Chinese parts!

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