Classic Mustang Restomod Forum?

Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by RGS0907, Dec 8, 2003.


  1. mdjay

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    I may be a newbie to this forum, but I am not a newbie on the subject, or the cars.

    I have been hot rodding cars for over 20 years. Most of the Mustangs were 6 cyl 65 Coupe shells. Caught flack only from the purest Mustang crowd, to which I have still have plenty of respect for.

    The rare issue is just a given. Although I agree, it's redundant from my perspective.

    I appreciate workmanship wether it's original, not original whatever.

    and truly, that is just my opinion!
     
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    To me, it seems that some think the root of the problem is our individual taste in our Mustangs. It's not. It's our (mine, too) inability at times to behave like adults when someone has a different view. The next time someone flames you, or calls you something you don't like in a post (internet baddasses), instead of getting right back on and calling him everything but a nice guy, try waiting a day and then see if it's really worth getting all worked up over. Betcha it ain't...
     
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    Sound advise Zoo. I don't know if I'm that big a man, but I'll give it a try. I don't think I'm a know it all, and I don't look down at folks because they have been identified as a newbie. I make mistakes all the time. I freely admit it. I don't have a "Super" image to live up to. I actually have a life, like most on here, and don't need SN to intertain me so my world won't come to an end. I think a lot of "buttons" have been pushed here lately, (I personally have seen it daily for some time now by one of the most veteran of posters.) I just shook my head and tried to understand the guys pain. Oh, well, have a good one everybody and Merry Christmas.
     
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    Try Head and Shoulders, :D
     
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