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I have owned 6 mustangs but never an F150 or Taurus.

I have owned Acura Integra, Rx8, mini Cooper, Honda accord, Toyota Camry, Dodge Durango, Nissan Xterra, Nissan Titan, Nissan Versa, Oldsmobile Aurora, a couple VW Beetles, a mazda cx7, the list goes on and on.

I also travel for my job and have rented almost everything there is for a week at a time.

The Taurus limited and a fully loaded expedition were two of my favorites there (both fords)

My favorites are mustangs, Nissans, and Mazda.

I'd buy a Taurus SHO, a Nissan maxima or a 5.0 F150 in a heart beat. I'd also buy another Titan but Nissan needs to update it. I would also consider a Challenger SRT8. I wanted to like the SS but it's a poor design ergonomically.

The upcoming mustang looks like a winner to me, but I can't imagine any circumstances (other than being completely worn out) that I'd consider trading my current ride fir one.

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Graduated high school May 1973, bought first car brand new.

1974 Chevy Vega GT

1973 Chevy Caprice
1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1974 Pontiac LeMans
1976 Pontiac Trans-Am 455
1979 Ford Thunderbird
1979 GMC Truck
1983 Chrysler Cordoba
1984 Plymouth Sundance
1985 Chevy Camaro Z/28
1986 Ford Escort EXP
1987 Ford Mustang 5.0
1988 Pontiac Sunbird
1989 Ford Mustang 5.0
1991 Pontiac Grand Prix
1991 Chrysler LeBaron convertable
1992 Chevy S10 Blazer
1994 Chevy Caprice
1995 Chevy Camaro Z/28
1997 Mercury Gran Marquis LS
1999 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
2001 Chevy Impala
2005 Pontiac GTO
2007 Chevy Impala
2009 Chevy Corvette
2009 Pontiac G8 GXP
2013 Ford Mustang GT manual
2013 Ford Mustang GT auto

1999 Harley Sporty

From this list, the only loyalty I have is to the big 3.

Next car, 75% you can take this to the bank..2014 Chevy SS.

The most fun car to run the quarter mile was the 2013 Mustang GT manual. There's nothing that can beat running a perfect quarter mile in a manual car. For those who've read my postings, I traded my manual 2013 Mustang GT for an auto 2013 Mustang GT due to my wife having diabetes for >40 years and having feet/leg problems.

The second most fun car was the 2005 auto Pontiac GTO. I joined LS2GTO.com and learned a whole lot about racing. Some of the guys in the Houston Goat Herd took me under their wings and really schooled me in running the quarter.

The biggest ego trip car was the 1976 Trans-Am with the 200 horsepower 455. Very high 15's in the quarter. However in 1977 Burt came out in Smokey and the Bandit, and black Trans-Ams (mine was black) were really cool cars.

The best car I ever owned was the 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP. With bolt ons the big ole grocery getter was an 11.9 second car. This is the major reason why the Chevy SS will most likely be our next car.

The Vette was really the most amazing car of the bunch. Bone stock in -1000 DA was [email protected] 118 for an auto base (none Z-51) Vette. Going from Houston to Biloxi we got 30 mpg. An amazing car, however it had absolutely horrible blind spots when changing lanes.

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