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Road Course Mustang

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Looks good

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The yellow and the stripes makes it POP. I like it.

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nice... where did the fender flares come from?? were they in the kit??

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Very cool and different! Nice work.

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I. Love. It.

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I was sent them by someone. If I remember right the flairs came from a Toyota Supra. I couldn't believe how easy they fit.The rears was the only ones that needed any filing to fit the curve of the body. I had to open up the wheel openings,but it was because of the 50 series tires I used. You need good traction in the corners,right? :D

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Fastbacks are cool, but the spoiler is on backwards, even if it is from a Camaro.

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How are Mick and Keith doing? :P

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I am always a sucker for a yellow car...Not bad :mellow:

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surprised nobody noticed the 4 lug wheels which, while correct for an inline 6 cylinder mustang, would be incorrect for a v8 car. one trip around a road course with that car would most likely result in a killer crash.

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surprised nobody noticed the 4 lug wheels which, while correct for an inline 6 cylinder mustang, would be incorrect for a v8 car. one trip around a road course with that car would most likely result in a killer crash.

Wow. Irony.

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Fastbacks are cool, but the spoiler is on backwards, even if it is from a Camaro.

Is it OK to install a Pacer's spoiler backwards?

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Is this the General Henry?

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