wtf vertical doors on 65-66?

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  1. DarkoStoj

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    maybe they started building those after the fast and the furiuos 3 so that all the ricers that now want a 65/66 with a skyline engine in it can have there lambo doors aswell.
     
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    i thought ff3 had a 67 mustang?
     
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    wow, I am speechless :nonono:
     
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    yah it does but i mean who can afford a nice 67 fastback these days. oh how i dream of owning one and throughing a stroked 390 in it.
     
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    no comment
     
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    You're all a bunch of prudes. :p Those are very hot, imho. How many concourse retored mustangs can you look at before you get bored? Some people enjoy seeing things that havent been done 50 times already. If you're pouring money into a flambouent show car, $1800 for some way-out doors could make sence.

    That being said I'd never put them on. :rolleyes:
     
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    what a dumbass comment.
     
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    i live in an area where people do this and act like this, so you will have to excuse my dumbass comment. I find humor in this because i can relate it back to my life. But to let you know I have respect for anyone who takes time to modify there cars to the way they like it and stereotypes are funny so i laugh. Sorry for offending you and i will remove it.
     
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    Bling, bling, bling..I love it!





















    ...just kidding. Please don't ban me! :)
     
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    wow, for only $1899 you too can rice out your classic mustang.
     
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    I appreciate your candor and your comment. I think you see how it can come across and ignorant and redneckish. I am not a minority of any kind but that crap hits a nerve with me. But having said that, it takes a good man to see both sides so you get some cool points with me.
     
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    to each heis own. If you dont like it then give your opinion, its your right. I like it because its different. I would never do it though. I like to add my own touches to my cars but nothing that dramatic.
     
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    Haha, I might have to look into those. I can't imagine what's it's going to be like getting a cage and getting my big ass out the door and over the bar in a tiny parking stall without hitting another car door. :)
     
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    I think it looks alright, but the doors dont go forward far enough IMO. I'd nail my head on the bottom edge of the door, probably getting out.

    Its just a style statement anyway. Ferraris and Lamborghinis have doors like that because the cars are just too wide to have swing-opens.
     
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    Wow! Sensitive, then use 'redneckish'. Talk about a double standard!!:rlaugh:

    Manic!:banana:
     
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    well it's not the least tasteful thing i've ever seen. it could definitely be worse. hell for that matter it could be the "ronster"... man, i hate that car.
     
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    Would be better suited on a mustang with more body mods like an E2 or something. That's cool. It's not for me but to each their own.
     
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    I think it would be alright but I read the info and you have to open a lift the door by hand to get out, and the push down and close manually from the outside. Bull, for that money, the kit should have actuators that do all the work.
     
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    Just curious...what do you hate about the Ronster. I am kinda indifferent about the car. Some cars just resonate with you when you see them, that one doesn't for me and I can't put my finger on it.

    I did see some American Racing wheels on it once that I'd love to get my hands on ARE 205 series to be exact if anybody has a set they want to sell :D
     
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