I've owned four Mustangs, a 65 fastback (302), a 66 fastback (302), a 69
fastback (428) and a 79 turbo 4 cylinder. Except for the 79, those cars were
so loud I couldn't tell if anything rattled or squeaked. Must have been a
70s thing. ;^)
Only a REAL Driver would make a statement like that. ;) The more you
"took advantage of the power" they had on those days, the less you'd hear
any little squeaks and rattles of ANY sort! Still....gotta luvvitt! ;)
Ya know. I got my old Blazer back this week. Call it visitation rights.
It's a 88 2WD body on a 89 4x4 frame, that's slightly bent, with a 93 dog
house, and part of a 1990 interior. That bitch squeeks and rattles none
stop. Yet I love her like a red headed step child.
In 2WD on the transfer case on dry roads she will spin 'em. in 4WD Hi
she comes out of the hole like a AWD truck. In 4WD Lo she aint never been
stuck. She does whats asked, and then some. Who cares if she looks like
hell, and shakes? Rell men don't drive a car for perdy looks. They drive it
for how it performs.
Lol... sounds like you got a real mutt there on your hands.. but then there
wasn't a more loyal or friendly dog than the mutt. :)
1985 Blue Camaro 2.8L w/T-tops (151k and going... getting worried)
1988 Blue Firebird Formula 5.0L w/T-tops
1985 Brown Firebird 5.7L w/5-Speed (No T-tops though)
Still looking for an '82-'84 T/A w/T-tops or parts from one
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