[rescue] Santa, for Christmas I would like
alaric at caerllewys.net
Sun Nov 28 22:39:24 CST 2004
On Sun, Nov 28, 2004 at 10:31:19PM -0600, Steve Hatle wrote:
> Yeah, the first gen Mustang fastbacks, Cobra or not, were great looking
> cars. The new 2005's don't look too bad, either, but I haven't read up to
> see how for real they are under the bodywork.
According to Car & Driver, they kick the previous Fairmont-based model's
ass from here to Iraq. It's the first time the Mustang has ever had its
own platform designed from the ground up, and apparently it shows when
> If I were going to flash back, it would have to be either a late 60's
> Pontiac Ram-Air 400 (Firebird or GTO, I'm not picky) or a 63 or 64 Cadillac
> convertible (think Tubbs from Miami Vice).
I'd love to have my 1970 Camaro SS350 back -- or, better yet, a 1970
Z28 RS. Though I wish the '70-'73 models had the larger '74-81 rear
Personally, I'm awful curious about the upcoming-in-2006 Charger R/T.
It's no longer based on the 2000-or-so Charger R/T show car; after being
on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again, on-again, that one's finally
dead. The Charger's now going to be built on the platform they're using
for the new 300 and the Dodge Magnum. It looks pretty interesting.
'Course, how likely it is that I'll be in a position to afford one this
decade is anyone's guess....
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