This baby takes me back to 1968, my
first Mustang Fastback...she's gorgious
in and out! Whew! Finally we're getting
back to a car design that doesn't look
like a backward "sperm" going down the
road. I'm so tired of talented
automobile manufacturers making cars
that look like they're facing a massive
headwind while sitting idle in a
parking lot-it's embarassing. I applaud
Ford on it's outstanding re-design.
It's about time someone in this
industry really made honest design
without being bombastic. But I have one
question about this new Mustang. By
it's name alone, it was built for the
wind. Where's the convertible? I want
the convertible. Don't tease me. I want
the Mustang 2005 Convertible.
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