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post #35 of (permalink) Old 03-26-2012
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OP- I really don't get the point, with the exception of the extremes........ poorly thought/executed out blackout jobs, or slapping on all the tape on chrome parts that are available. I'm only 30, but I'm old school as well. I love me some chromed out 34 Buick just as much as a blacked out mustang. The resale thing is kind of silly, not to diss ford or american cars in general, but IF I was in a car purely as a mode of transport and had hopes of reselling/trading at a fair recovery, I'd have bought a honda/acura/toyota. In my general observations, mustang owners have some pretty good taste from the pics I've seen here, couple that with the vast number of options in the aftermarket world, a cohesive cosmetically pleasing look is pretty easy to put together. I'd say a poor looker on this forum is probably 1/50, or maybe 1/100. FWIW IMO, I have always thought the performance white brembo cars are pretty sweet looking in stock trim.

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