Originally Posted by zregime
Let it GO, my brothah, move on...
As much as I love my Dixi (and it's a LOT)...I still think people are more important?
Just one man's opinion...
Good opinion, my friend
My advice would be to get to know the guy. Nod him over, when you are out washing the girl and talk, have a beer together. What if the weird look is coming from the conflicted thoughts he has about his old one, that was stolen and totalled or he had to sell to buy the house for his family? I would totally consider letting the mailman drive mine. He had a 67. That's why. He would appreciate it and having driven his and mine, I bet he would show up at my door, in less than a year, with a new one.
I am like a cancer that way. I make it spread
Most guys would have a very emotional response to driving this car that doesn't have solid words to describe.
What's it feel like to you
? What did it feel like the first time you drove her? Like the first drop on a rollercoaster? Like hooking a big fish, you weren't expecting? Like waking up and looking out the window at just the right moment to see the most perfectly beautiful sunrise in years? Like love? All I can give is analogies and thanks to a benevolent God who let me experience this thing, in my life.
Your car isn't your wife but those feelings will make it seem that way. You would never dream of sharing your wife [wouldn't do that to your worst enemy? :thumbsup ]. But on the list of amazing things you have done for others, letting a neighbor drive your Mustang would have
to be near the top
2006 Black, GT, spoiler delete, five speed, leather, custom welded straight pipes with resonators, sequential turn signals, Hurst Pro Performance shifter. FRPP 4.10s with Motive bearing kit, Spydershaft one piece aluminum driveshaft, w/ Spicer 1330 U-joints, Steeda UCA and LCAs, chrome moly panhard rod. bye bye wheel hop, hello traction! SCT XCalII, BBK CAI, ZEX 100 shot.
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