I user towels to dry the car...not remove wax. Old t-shirts are great for removing wax and polishing your car.
I did that yesterday and my salesman said he thinks he saw my car on the hauler go past the dealership to their other yard where they prep the cars. Said he'd probably be calling me last night or today. No call last night so...pcfrisch said:It was suggested to me to have the dealer call the yard, I did that, the next day I got the call.
We have 178 Mustangs in our inventory that are all wrecks, floods, or theft recoveries. They're all 2005 models so far.pcfrisch said:There was a thread earlier where this guy in a SCREAMING YELLOW 05 got creamed because someone decided they wanted the same lane, now if they can't see that color, it's hopeless. :eyebulge:
Technically I could since I have a 2000 Mustang. Nice as it is it's nothing to brag about. I'm waiting for my 2006, and waiting, and waiting, and waiting...Stoenr said:Lol, you sent me the link! I figured you were already joined. Im hoping for a cruise night before the end of the year. The video I watched of one looked fun, my g/f was into it too, which was a surprise to me.
is ragnar a member of chicagoland mustang club?
If you can get past the 10,000 volt electric fence and barbed wire...have at it. Might be easier to get a dealer's license and attend the auction. Some of these cars sell for 1,000 or less.Stoenr said:Im not surpised to see this many smashed up. Get a young driver, or even old, just not ready for the power, and get a slick road.
how bout the 5 finger discount!?
Yep...You're right. Those wheels are from the 99-04 series.brnrkm said:http://www.allfordmustang.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=11738
looks like someone already got the wheels off this one.
I thought silver was hard to see too. I know the insurance companies think red is the most risky color because of ticket stats. I don't know anything about the age group or gender of the vehicle owners. My guess is mostly males. This is a guy's car. Camaro's were for the ladies.ssoss said:I'd say the color silver is hard to see and could definately have something to do with it. Red is pretty visible and there are still a lot of accidents there. BUT, I'd say the color might tell you something about the DRIVER. Or, then again, it might tell you something about the popularity of the color. Or it's a combination of visibility, hence Silver with the most accidents, and gender, hence Red with the second most.:winks
Then of course there's the black because they are the fastest ones!
I thought all the SUVs drove on the emergency lane and sidewalks. What are you doing up there with a Mustang?SunBoss said:We need some stats on what vehicles cause the near misses. I also have screaming yellow, but all my near misses are big SUVs, vans (not mini-vans), and large pickup trucks. All of them have their mirrors adjusted way too high up to see anything shorter than themselves. So I think the wrecked color stats are pretty much going to follow the color popularity stats. They can't see ANY of us...:sosad:
Got about 50 miles on her now. Been damn near 90 briefly. Drove out in the forest preserves tonight and almost hit a deer and then almost ran over a possum. Not good. Car is safe and sound in the garage. More fun tomorrow. I took the day off work:laughlitt.Waxed'05 GT said:hehehe, Ragnar... Do you have more miles on her than I do mine, already???? Have you hit 50 on the odometer yet???
No. Still exploring. I'm sure I'll notice a lot more in the daylight tomorrow.Stoenr said:Ragnar, you are aware there is another outlet inside the center console right?
BTW...Where's your shop in case I need a place to ride tomorrow?Stoenr said:Ragnar, you are aware there is another outlet inside the center console right?