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    Default Oh good lord

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    Nope.
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    Nose is a little short IMO. Certainly not as bad as:

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    EPIC Fails for both IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wraithracing View Post
    EPIC Fails for both IMHO.
    x2....
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    The Mustang was a valiant attempt that comes in a little short.

    but the other is proof that a fool and their money is easily parted: http://www.easyrods.com/ford.html
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    Why would anyone do this?

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    The horror......The horror.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4-barrel Mike View Post
    Nose is a little short IMO. Certainly not as bad as:

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    You know, that could probably look pretty good if they had done a bit of work on the standard TBird roof line at the rear/side windows.

    I’ve never been a fan of cars with just a nose and/or tail swapped. Work the whole body or leave it alone...

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    Here's another WTH were they thinking moment:

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    It looks like the work is half decent, but SMH.

    And what the heck do you call it?

    Charstang?

    Marger?

    Muster?

    Chustang?
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    Pretty unique stuff.
    Always thought by now the auto companies could add classic sheet metal kits to a generic govt regulation chassis.
    Like nascar.
    Pic your year or the look you like.
    Mixing manufacturer parts would be like someday there would be only one auto company.
    Building big three brands.

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    Generic govt regulation is how you end up with a Trabant.

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    wow......just wow! BARF!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gr79 View Post
    Pretty unique stuff.
    Always thought by now the auto companies could add classic sheet metal kits to a generic govt regulation chassis.
    Like nascar.
    Pic your year or the look you like.
    Mixing manufacturer parts would be like someday there would be only one auto company.
    Building big three brands.
    And they would all have LS engines. No thanks lol
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    ....easier to spot in the parking lot.....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by quickshift View Post
    ....easier to spot in the parking lot.....LOL
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