posted on Nov, 3 2017 @ 12:10 PM
a reply to: the2ofusr1
Damn, though...those 71-73 'Stangs were just fugly. Why they threw them onto the Torino frame is beyond me...then knee-jerk react that start making
the Mustang II in '74.
I feel sorry for the mid-70s when it comes to muscle cars.
Thank you for the video, though. My first car was a '66 Mustang C-code coupe, painted up to look like a Shelby. I drove it in high school, took it to
Germany with me when I served, and then had it through college plus almost another decade. Disappointingly, I had to sell it four years ago, at the
age of 34. I used to know nearly everything about '65 ("'64-1/2") to '73 Stangs, but my knowledge has faded over the years.
If I ever get another Mustang, it would be a resto-modded 1970 (they had better window-regulator systems, amongst other little improvements, than the
Thanks for the video...watching it as I type this. I didn't know about this '71 prototype, at least that I care to remember.