My new wood hauler!

Post in 'The Gear' started by Kenster, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. Kenster

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    the color is sweet....
     
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    Love the '67-'68 stangs. Would have to lose the white-walls and wire spokes to live in this stable but that's just me, ;) (Damn kids, ;lol)
     
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    I'm a Chevy man, but love the ol' stangs. We (dealership I worked for) had a customers '68 Shelby GT KR500 Convertible in storage, along with his Farrari Modena and Porsche GT2. I did get to take to bosses '69 Z/28 home for a weekend....love the old muscle cars:cool:
     
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    A beauty Kenster! I have to say I totally like the wires and WW tires - they are part of that era. And that lime gold color is sweet! My dad had a 68 same color, same engine, only not a convertible. And.. well... it was... a Falcon 4 door. But other wise - it was just like your 'stang!! ;) Enjoy it - we had a 65 Monterey convertible about 10 years ago when the kids were still at home. Lots of parades, ice cream cone runs - it was great!
     
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