1969 Mustang 351

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22 thoughts on “1969 Mustang 351

  1. In 1999 I was in the market for a new car. I wanted the Mustang but couldn’t quite afford it. I still regret that I didn’t get it. I love this car and am glad they reverted back to the classic styling- with updates and upgrades.

    • Hi Emilio. I think the current Mustangs have a really great retro look. You could still get a Mustang.

      • I think the Mustangs for the past few years are great looking cars. But nowadays we’re looking more for a jeep to get off the paved roads more often when we’re exploring.

      • There’s a lot to be said for the practicality of a car you can take off road. But then if you are on the crazy side like me, you just take your sports car off road — 260 turbocharged horsepower has no trouble climbing mountains. Although we did discover high performance street tires on icy backroads in the middle of nowhere can be a little problematic.

      • I had my 2006 Hyundai Sonata that did pretty good. Then I inherited a family member’s 2007 Nissan Maxima that we’ve been using on unpaved roads.The last time it was in the shop they said the tires would last longer than the car. I have no doubt as I’ve bottomed out three times so far going over bumps and holes!

      • You have to pretty selective about boulders and holes when you’re off road in a street car.

      • Well, thanks for the late advice! 🙂 But then, I’ve always learned best by trial and error. Unfortunately, that’s usually the more expensive way to learn. 😦

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