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post #1 of 63 Old 11-17-2008, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Smile 2010 Mustang officially revealed

I changed the icon from a thumbs down to a little smilie face, because I just realized that in about 4 months, the Pony Car War will officially begin.

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post #2 of 63 Old 11-17-2008, 07:59 PM
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eh...it's OK...not that it's a lot different, but I like the exterior little better than the previous model...that's not saying much, don't worry, I'm not gonna buy one. I do like the blue.

Still stickin' with the 4.6L/M5 though(315hp!)

I think this is just a quick update/refresh because the Camaro and Challenger came out...I would think a bigger overhaul would be coming in a couple years.

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Looks good, glad to see the GT500 front fascia morph into the next gen car

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Sure looks like alot of plastic, does'nt it? Not enough change for all the Hype they made about it. It still won't compete with the new Camaro.

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I just can't believe they kept the same, crappy engines.

There is no logical reason why they continue to use a rough, unrefined truck engine in the Mustang.

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It looks halfway decent..I can't stand those seat styles though..and you would figure Ford would have changed their engines by now..since there have been V6s that could spank them both for around a decade. :p



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The v6 looks better in the front. I figured Ford would let everyone down in 2010 witht the 4.6L, Im glad i jump from that train.

The sad thing is, that ford has better colors on the mustang, than the Camaro has.


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I am seriously not trying to be mean here, but I just don't like the front- it's too squished, and there are a million slits in the middle of the grille, and the rest of it is closed. wtf? and the taillights are a fugly force to be reckoned with. Hopefully a real next gen mustang will come out within the next 3 years, but I think the Camaro will still best it.

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sorry to post sooo many pics, but the V6 does look better. Have to agree with you, Jinx:


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Ok the look has just grown on me that fast. A little bit to take in at first, but nice.

I like to see what a V6 with GT headlights would look like. The V6 headlights are iffy.


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