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'Blue Angels' Mustang celebrates 100 years of naval aviation:

Ford Motor Co. teamed with U.S. Naval Aviation to produce a single-edition "Blue Angels" 2012 Ford Mustang GT, to be auctioned in honor of the 100th anniversary of the navy's air presence.

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If that chin spoiler was any comically larger you could use it as a step stool to get further into the engine compartment.



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If that chin spoiler was any comically larger you could use it as a step stool to get further into the engine compartment.
Looks like a cow scoop. Might work better as a coyote scoop though.

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If that chin spoiler was any comically larger you could use it as a step stool to get further into the engine compartment.
It is gawdy, much bigger than the Intimidator edition Camaro

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