Average age of 2005 to Present Mustang Owners - Page 25 - Ford Mustang Forum
View Poll Results: Age of Mustang 2005+ Owners
16-20 100 12.08%
20-30 233 28.14%
30-40 127 15.34%
40+ 368 44.44%
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Im 69 and just had mine superchrged


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Number eight! At 61!

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So 40+ huh... I'm 30 and I own a 1995.
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Im 69 and just had mine superchrged
I'm 70 now and also S/C

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52 and first Mustang. Mine is NA, and just starting the bolt ons. Also running Brenspeed's tunes
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32, been buying mustangs (whether it's a good idea or not) since I was 17.

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Also have three younger siblings hooked on mustangs: 19 year old with a 2001 Bullitt, 18 year old with a 2006 GT, and a 15 year old waiting to get her first.

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So there has been a big debate at my work that Mustangs are for people under the age of 30. To prove a point, I would like to know what the demographics are for the S197 Mustangs. Please post your age range.

Thanks.
I'm 40 but ages range from 10-70. The Ford Mustang is a American icon!
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Bought my first, an 88gt when I was 19 in 2001. Had it until 2008. Just bought my second mustang a few weeks ago. An 11gt. And I'm 34 now.
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68 now, 60 when I bought my '08. Time sure flies . . .

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Fixed, 3 years on. Still have the '08 GT, modified a little further in some respects, a lot in one . . .

In the meantime I've picked up a road course track day habit (still getting faster with age). 2016's track season starts next weekend, 2 days, 2 different organizations, and a long weekend get-away for me and my wife of 45 years. If the rain holds off I'm hoping for a new personal best or two. If it does rain, I'll run anyway.


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First for my husband and first for me - he is 62 and I am 60. Always wanted one - can finally afford them!

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I was in my twenties when I bought it, and now in my thirties.

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the under 30 crowd is addicted to rice
I'm 51 and I love my rice (Acura TL) but I've got enough car-love to have a classic American ride too ('07 Mustang convertible). I'm a teacher and my students love the 'Stang... I get just as many compliments from young people as I do from older folks.
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I'll be 69 tomorrow. I don't know whether to laugh or cry, but I know that a ride in my Mustang always makes me feel better!
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Not going to lie, the poll results are quite surprising

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