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Old Mar 21, 2010, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default My 2006 Foose Design Stang

This thing only goes out on sunny days and preferably when I can lower the windows so I can hear the music coming from the three inch exhaust system.
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Very nice, not jealous at all ...
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Looks like a gem. Love the backgorund you chose to shopw of this 'stang!
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 3:45 PM   #4
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gorgeous ride!

love the 2nd pic here
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 10:41 PM   #5
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Very nice. Like the low stance, mag style wheels...I bet you don't play the radio very much...make your own music.

Never recall seeing a two tone GT...looks real good, gives it a different look.

The pix are real nice too.
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Hey, Streets, that's a sharp-looking ride. I used to live just down the road in Grand Prairie so I know that taking your car out on a sunny day can quickly turn ugly -- so I guess you can't drive it too far from home :-)
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I, unlike most, think that age 76 is no reason to not be cool when cruzin Main Street on a weekend night. I gave up motorcycles when I turned 70: About the same time that cell phones began to be a problem for bikers. Thanks for all of your generous comments.
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Default Best Mustang backdrop EVER!

This is the largest equestrian statuary in the world. Twenty minutes from my house and I can't park close enough to effectively use it.





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I, unlike most, think that age 76 is no reason to not be cool when cruzin Main Street on a weekend night. I gave up motorcycles when I turned 70: About the same time that cell phones began to be a problem for bikers. Thanks for all of your generous comments.
Exactly...keep on doing what you enjoy. I know the feeling.

I have two motorcycles, a '67 Matchless 750cc (G15CS) Scrambler...also known as a desert sled in some parts of the states and a '78 Yamaha SR 500 (big single) bought new, back in '78.

I'm 60 and have no intention ...at this point...of giving them up. But maybe in a few years I can put them towards a trade on musclecar.
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streets... this is one amazing ride - I'd love to have a Foose Stang like this

But as a man with a wife and (sooner or later) kids you have to drive a "family car"
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