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Old 01-18-2018
HEMI_guy HEMI_guy is offline
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Yes.

Even if Ford designs the body I still can't get too excited over it. They are just bulbous wedge shaped missiles that look nothing like an actual Mustang.
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soooooo. you're bitching about a body you haven't even seen yet. OK

I'd be curious to see a body that closely resembles a production car that can run 330+ mph.
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Old 01-19-2018
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Wonder if the old Force engine block is available for use. Formerly known as the Boss 500. Designed and co-developed by Ford and Force. Another 426 clone but Ford engineered forging process and dies and Ford spec material. Of course at the end of the day maybe it means nothing.
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Old 01-19-2018
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So as a Ford fan, I get to cheer for some blue stickers? What does that car have to do with anything Ford has ever produced?
We can add it to Clone Pro Stock racing. Rumor has it that a 2018 Mustang 5 star Pro Stock body is available as well.

Ad a clone engine and go Pro Stock racing.
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Old 01-19-2018
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Tim, I saw the photo of the paint scheme and it looks like a car from the 90s. Nothing wrong with it, but not a "wow" reaction. I'll be interested in seeeing it on the track at Wild Horse in 2 weeks.
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