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What's the best thing under the tree that you bought yourself?

My wife, who to her credit drives a stick shift and is a bit of a gearhead herself, prefers to have me order my own gifts if they involve the Mustang.

This year, being the first year with my still-under-warranty 5.0, I went pretty modest, but I am still excited. I got one of those large soft-sided cargo organizers from Ford, which is not cheap but gets very good reviews. Now if my wife sends me to Wal-Mart, I can take the curves at my preferred speed without having a gallon of milk rolling around in the trunk. I also got a couple of T-shirts from CJ Pony Parts for good measure.

What's under your tree?


Black 2013 Mustang 5.0 MT82 w/401A package and 3.31s

Black 2000 Mustang GT (owned 2001-2013, sold at 177,000 miles)

Brown 1971 Triumph TR6
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Chantix. not that I was a heavy smoker but I quit!
I have survived 23 years in the military and to many deployments only to kill myself slowly????

Plus me and my wife made a pact. I quit I get my SC:grinroll

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From another posts I did today:

Merry Christmas to me:

My age is 72 years old. I purchased a 1965 Mustang Convertible Silver blue new in 1965 right after I graduated from collage. I had to swap it for a station wagon (ugh) in 1969 when My wife and I had twin boys. SO.......

This past year I purchased a 1964.5 Mustang convertible vintage burgundy. OK, so it is not the same one, but it is close enough for me to bring back memories. I purchased this car with money from my boys inheritance The Mustang had been refinished and when I got it, the steering wheel had been replaced also. I got the old steering wheel from the seller. I tell you all of this to lead up to:

I put a Christmas Bow in the steering wheel with a to "Papa Joe" as this is what my kids and grand-kids call me, and a "from" labled with the twins name.
I will be sure and "Thank" them on Christmas day... Ho Ho Ho..

Love it when a plan comes together

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Merry Christmas guys/gals...
Well, been eying a Breitling all year long, had a good year so decided to finally take the plunge, wife did a great job gift wrapping it for me lol, down to the ribbons and bows..... 15 minutes ago we sat around the tree opening gifts, and I had a good laugh acting surprised when she handed me "my gift" lol.
For those members that are also into watches, here's the specs;
47mm diameter, limited series of 2,000 in steel, 500 in steel/ 18K rose gold.

One I finally chose; 47mm Limited edition, self winding chronograph, calibre 01, Swiss movement, steel and 18K red gold case. Black dial, two tone navi timer bracelet. model:913 MontBrilliant 47mm.sephire crystal, double coated inside and outside.
Enjoy your day with family and friends, and stay safe throughout the coming year!

2011 GTCS Candy Red;Premium leather interior package, Remote start, security package, upgraded speakers, 6MT 3:55. 35% tint all around, Borla "S" axle backs, & clear corners.
The rest is all FORD
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