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New Mustang v6 (no mods) suffers driveshaft failure, talk about cost cutting!

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Quote Originally Posted by 92RT-TT View Post
Not saying I like or dislike the ford mustang, but for the price and what you pay it seems to be a pretty good deal.

I'd still take a Challenger over it and if I was spending that much, I'd spend a little more and buy an SRT8 or the GT. IMO no replacement for the V8 rumble.

Then again, no need for a new challenger when I've got a 1970 Cuda

Sooooooo, not ONLY am I going to have to go to your guy's shop with my single turbo 3s, I'm also going to have to see what your 70' Cuda can do to my 73' Stang.........excellent.......hope the driveshaft holds up tho

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