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Can't believe that jerk in the red mustang parked next to you!!!
LOL!!!

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When I first seen the thread title I thought this was going to be a post from some whinny person parking in a public parking lot and crying, omy god some parked next to me... Very good post, changed my attitude for the day. A real thumbs up picture…


I don't speak often but when I do, I don't have clue what I am talking about. I just repeat things that I once heard and do not repeat them correctly... My doctor told me it was an ID 10 T problem and it was incurable.
So when I reply to a post or add to a thread I just find the words elsewhere and copy and paste.
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I want one of those for my kid

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Which one is yours :?:
LOL! Good one. :P


I was also expecting a door-ding post. Thanks for the laugh, OP. I have parked far away for the past 2 years and try my best to keep it that way.
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At least it was just one of those smart cars. Just pick it up and move it away.

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Could that be the smaller 2015 Mustang that we have been hearing about?
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I took a closer picture.



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Nice. You should plasti dip the wheels and emblems!!!

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Too cute! :kooky:
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careful, they put down some power

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I bet the trannys made in China.:hihi:

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careful, they put down some power

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Oh My Gosh!! :laughlitt It broke the dyno!! That was great!!

[LEFT][SIZE=2][B][FONT=Arial Narrow][COLOR=Red]2013 V6 Base, Manual / Race Red / Roush CAI / Roush Axle Back/w square tips / Steeda tower brace.[/COLOR][/FONT][/B][/SIZE][/LEFT]
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Dear lord. This post started out ridiculous and got to be... completely ridiculous. Hahaha


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Just look at the wheels, I bet it's actually a Saleen. And those are some fatty tires, hope the driver is careful in the rain. And what is that, Mustang parking only? There's a white one on the other side.


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