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Discussion in 'The Welcome Wagon' started by Joaquin S, May 18, 2014.
Hey everyone im new here seams like an awesome website
It tis! Welcome aboard
So i just turned 18
I got my license
I have always loved mustangs since i was a little kid
And i have no clue where to start
But i would love to
Welcome to Stangnet . What are you looking for ,Classic or newer?
Like a 95
A 65 I mean
hmmm. I think I'd rethink that. 18 year old new driver wanting a 65 Mustang as a daily driver....
Not a great car to start with unless you've got some bucks to spend on one thats ready to go
I already have a daily driver im just saying I want to get a 65 on the side but I just dont know where to start
ten four, that I can certainly agree with
So any tips ?
Buy the best condition car you can afford
What about enginewise?
Choosing the best classic Mustang is such an individual thing that it's hard to tell you what to do. For instance, I love the v-8 rumble, and will pay the extra fuel cost to hear it. Some guys here want the 6 cyl because they are extra reliable, and great on gas compared to the v-8. did you want a classic to restore to showroom condition, or were you more interested in modifying the car to your personal taste? the answer to those questions will determine what engine, or car, you should look for.
I was looking more at a v6 for right now then move up to a v8 later on
I guess you mean a inline six ?A v6 was not available.
What do you mean not available?
straight six was an option in that era car, not v6
QUOTE="madspeed, post: 8833073, member: 8969"]straight six was an option in that era car, not v6[/QUOTE]ohhhhhh okay gotcha I undestand now.