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post #9 of (permalink) Old 09-10-2006
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While I believe "nghtrnnr" might be a tad optimistic with his time-frame estimate, I do agree that this model of Mustang will likely be one that the years will be kind to.

The simplistic beauty of the classic retro-design, the perfect combination of handling and performance, and the historical significance of the "Mustang" nameplate will make these vehicles as attractive 10-15 years from now as they are today.

Especially for guys who have bought them as a long-term "lifestyle" investment and keep them maintained and in tip-top condition over the years!

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