Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by OxMox, Jun 2, 2005.
Thats def a shame..
Agreed! I certainly enjoy both of mine and appreciate the aspects of both a sixer and my v-8. All I can do is be as enthusiastic as I am about both and hope the love spreads!
very very true! When I finally get my B.S. soon, I know Ill be buying a v8, but for the meantime, ripping apart and modding the sixer has satisfied my mod bug for now
Not sure which thread is more pointless the 4.6 seafoam thread or this one.
I think it was post #3724
The '65 Mustang one was in season one, where Al and Steve buy a rusted old Mustang from Kelly's date, spend a fortune restoring it, then it's repo'd because it was stolen.
The one where he was in a traffic jam in the Fox convertible, I think that was the one that they won on the game show. That car quietly disappeared after that episode, because he looked more pathetic driving his old Dodge.
Anyway, to heck with the details. All hail Al Bundy, a true American hero.
i feel what ur saying ive just been a member for a few days now and there is NEVER anybody on here , and with me still trying to learn about my car and wich mods to add it doesnt really help ya know
In all fairness, you only posted a question today. We'll help, but we gotta have a little time.
Back when the rest of us posted in here regularly, basic mod questions were asked on a daily basis. The archives should be full of these posts.
yea i feel ya im just kind of anxious bcuz i just came from gettin my ass whooped daily in a civic and now that i got somthing that i can mod up to be a really good car im just ready to get it out on the streets down here.
yea thanks for the tip its not like i dont know its illegal but in the end my stang is fun and im going to have fun in it. i mean literally if i would have gotten my car and drove the speed limit all the time whats the point of even having a fast car i might as well have got a d** honda or sumthing.lol
thanks again and im glad to know that when that little import revs up beside you at the stop light that u just drive of at 20mph like it never happend.
I sure will. I have nothing to prove and I'll keep my car and my license too.
If I want to race, I'll go to a track. Street racing is illegal for a reason.
and there is your problem
thats what having a fast car is all about is the streets i mean yea the track is good but the streets are the real proving ground
Did this come out of Fast and the Furious? Dude....do us a favor and take your mouth to the track so you don't kill yourself or someone else in the process. The street proves nothing, but maybe hype up your ego.
There's something seriously wrong with your logic.
no nothing really wrong with my logic, its just you guys problem of realizing that different people have different types of personalities , for u guys the track is great , but that dont mean that its for everyone, i mean yea dont get me wrong i have nothing against it ive drove my unkles camaro at the stip down here plenty of times and its great, but for some people thats just not what its all about, i know its not legal im not stupid, and yea it isnt the smartest thing ever i realize that too, but its what gets it done for me soo go ahead and call me stupid call me whatever it doesnt really matter to me bcuz i live to please me not others soo yea have funn ripping on me for this......i know u will
Come on now, some people have different personalities? You are referring this to if people prefer to race legally or illegally? I think you just don't fully understand how ridiculous what you are saying is. To many people, you don't come off very intelligent and you obviously need to grow up a bit. I'm guessing from your personality and persona that you are fairly young. One day you will realize this. Having alittle spirited fun on the street is one thing, street racing is another. The street isn't your race track, 99.9% of the people on the road are not racing too and you are putting people and there families in danger no matter when or where. I have nothing to prove to anyone on the street, but friendly races at the track means much more than anything on the street. I've said my 2 cents, take what you want from it.