Would you rather see a '67 restomoded into a Shelby or an Eleanor?

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Would you rather see a '67-'68 fastback made into a Shelby clone or an Eleanore?

  1. Shelby, of course.

    23.3%
  2. If you're gonna mod it, make it an Eleanore!

    11.7%
  3. Leave the poor fastback alone, what did it do to deserve this?

    25.0%
  4. My god, aren't we tired of this Eleanore crap yet?

    40.0%
  1. hungrymonkey

    hungrymonkey White by Birth, Trash By Choice Founding Member

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    or maybe to much is not enough.

    or maybe you are right. i can never get those right.













    ricky.
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    65stanger big blue fuzzy closet monster Founding Member

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    Right?




    or Left?:scratch:



















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    left.
  4. DarkBuddha

    DarkBuddha Founding Member

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    65stanger big blue fuzzy closet monster Founding Member

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    Sort of. Maybe.
  6. hungrymonkey

    hungrymonkey White by Birth, Trash By Choice Founding Member

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    approximatly.
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    StangDreamin' Founding Member

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    Nominally approximately..... however this is a median value, your mileage may vary, see your Amsoil representative for details.













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  8. 65stanger

    65stanger big blue fuzzy closet monster Founding Member

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    I see by his signature that the Hungrymonkey is developing the "Stangnet" version of a Japanese - Zen Rock Garden.........might explain why the Tweakers put up that "privacy fence"....'cause they're not into introspective meditation on the wonders of mustanging.
  9. BamaGT

    BamaGT I pimped StangNet in the NY Times and all I got wa Founding Member

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    Three damn years and you still can't spell ELEANOR correctly. It's not even an uncommon name. I don't get it. :shrug:
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    DarkBuddha Founding Member

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    Uh, first, I did spell it correctly in a number of places on this thread, including the original subject line. Secondly, the reasons for the misspellings is due to my originally using the term "Eleasnore" (I was going to try to be cute :D ), but when I decided I wanted this to be a "less biased" poll, I edited them (though admittedly not very well apparently).

    You may now proceed to lighten up. :p
  11. hungrymonkey

    hungrymonkey White by Birth, Trash By Choice Founding Member

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    why yes. my ford vehicle garden is complete with rolling tufts of grass that heartily embraces each vehicle. as well as the soil around each tire.

    they are currently arranged in a non-linear pattern that shows on multible levels the complexity and order of the earth.

    plus there are nanobot ninja ant killers hiding in the trunk.
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    Ooooooooooooooooooh!
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    HEY I NEVER GOT TO POST ON THIS THREAD !!!

    And I know everyone awaits my vote since Ive been really ambiguous about it,.. Sooo without further adue...



    ELEANOR !!!!!!

    yay !!!!!!! Heres a little batallion of Eleanorites to assist me in my plight...

    :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :flag: : :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :

    and thx again 70Stangcoupe! :nice:
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    Hey HM......I found something for your nanobot ninja ant killers to do.......... :rolleyes:
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    What is thy bidding ?....
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    too bad I already voted, I'd say "what'd it ever do to deserve this?" To some, Eleanor will always be the last of the great mustangs, a 73 Q code mach. To others, it will be the unicorn of Cage, a car modified for looks as well as performance (Don't get me started on bottle feeding!) that became popular through the names dropped in the movie. (the merc with the choptop and flamethrowers was a cooler car, my $.02).
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    Ozsum67 Too much thin air Founding Member

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    ok, we finally get the right answer. the 'It's your car, you don't have to convince me of what you want to do to it' answer.
  19. Ozsum67

    Ozsum67 Too much thin air Founding Member

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    :D I'm kind of a purist that way.
  20. 65fstbck289

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    ok lets see...would you rather have a car that is made to look like a "look-alike" of a shelby...? or just a replica?

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