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True-Blue ponders the meaning of "budget" big block builds
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Aug 1 2013
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The "first gen" Mustangs didn't come with a V6, 1964.5 and early '65s used the anemic 170-cid straight six, and then got the 200-cid straight six up until 1971.

The original Mustangs strike a chord with everyone. The spirit of the car is what makes it so timeless. Whether it's a 1966 coupe "secretary special" with a 2 Read more

Mar 5 2013
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Odd, as my fastback and Evolution coexist just fine. The stereotype about all Mustang owners being jock meatheads running on 25 chromosomes is just as wrong as considering Miatas as handbag accessories for the painty-waisted. But go on, reinforce that notion.

Oct 27 2012
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The guy I bought my 1968 off of was offered double what I paid for it from Unique Performance in 2005. I had a 3 hour phone call with him - looking back now I realize it was more of an interview - before he decided to sell to me instead of them. We talked about my father's Ford background, family, politics... and in Read more