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    Would You Consider a Smaller Foxbody Inspired Mustang?

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Ever since my 1988 Dodge Daytona, with its multi-colored graph instruments, I have been a fan of instrumentation without "wands" (pointers). Next was my '85 'Vette, again with bars and numbers and no "wands". So that is my personal preference. The 10 gen...
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    Would You Consider a Smaller Foxbody Inspired Mustang?

    1965 Dodge Dart GT Charger 1972 Triumph GT-6 1974 Datsun 260Z 1988 Dodge Daytona Turbo 1985 Corvette 1995 Honda Prelude Si 2009 Mazda 6 2017 Honda Civic Si Sold the Civic back to the dealer in July and I'm glad to be rid of it. Currently I've inherited my parents 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid. Nice...
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    Would You Consider a Smaller Foxbody Inspired Mustang?

    I've been passing on buying a Mustang for decades. I'm not a fan of the binocular instrument panel or analog gauges. The S650 is the first Mustang for several generations that has an instrument panel that I wouldn't mind having to stare at for hours at a time. I've got a BRZ on order, but if...
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    2024 Mustang GT "Looks Much Better In Person!" (Walkaround Video @ LA Auto Show)

    Here's a different view, and it sounds goooood!
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    The new dashboard is a big mistake IMO

    Oh, so that's what's going on here. Another generational gap thing. This is the interior I've been nostalgic for: (Though I do like a center console).
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