What's up Dwight?
I agree too it looks a little too much like the current Camaro -- the
windshield pillars, the bottom rocker panel before the rear tires,
hood scoop, and the rear haunches. But I think the headlights, grill
and/front fascia look sharp as do the bowed-out fenders around the
Personally, I'd like to see someone do a retro-Fox design. :-)
Not much. Just coming to the end of a week off, in which I did almost
nothing. Lots of naps. A little yardwork, a romp through SE Pennsylvania on
Thursday in the GT with the top down, until the temperature climbed all the
way up to unbearable. Otherwise, I just hang out in the back yard taking
endless photos of birds and flowers. I need a life.
The area of the front that's centered around the grille would be the part
you like, since it looks like a Photoshop job of the Mustang front end
grafted onto a Camaro.
The Mustang has been stuck in a rut, although it's a great rut to be stuck
in. Ford seems to insist on those "styling cues" taken from the '64 through
'68 models, and I'm okay with that. There are moments when I'd like to see a
completely new redesign of the Mustang, but that might be too big of a
gamble for Ford to take with this important badge.
We're seeing a lot of retro looks for a reason. It's what the public is
comfortable with. Let Tesla and other upstarts play with new designs;
everyone else, from Honda to Ferrari to Ford and Chevy, is undergoing a slow
evolution in design, rather than a radical departure.
I've never been one to nap, but older I get the better napping
I love my yard work! I could spend an entire weekend working on the
yard and garden.
I guess I need a life too. On weekends my wife and I sit out on the
patio (I built a pergola over it) watching the birds fly in and out of
the feeders while we eat breakfast. It's so relaxing and we have to
force ourselves to get up and do our weekend agenda. .