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Well Official
« on: December 08, 2007, 11:42:23 PM »
 :( Sold my baby last night.  She's gone to live about 2 hours away now.  But the way the guy talks he's going to take good care of her.  But that doesn't make the hurt go away.  I didn't think it was going to be this hard.  Sh*t when I put it up for sale, I cried for 2 days.  But then I was okay with it.  Then I watched someone else drive her away, and almost instantly the "tear factory" started.  So I did something TOTALLY OUT OF THE ORDINARY for me, I went to Walmart and spent $500.  But didn't shop for clothes, I hate shopping normally.  The only thing I like to shop for is car parts.  I think I was so attached because the B/F bought her for my birthday and she was my V-8 mustang.  But mark my words she won't be my last.   ;D

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2007, 04:09:21 PM »
 I am sorry about that and I understand your pain. I had to sell my 69 Mustang 6 years ago and I still miss her a lot. This is the reason I started this website and by reading your stories it helps me waiting for the next one I will own.
 You lost your Mustang but not your passion and that is what matters  ;)

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2007, 01:11:26 AM »
Thanks for those words.  There are only maybe 3 people I know that knew how I felt about that car.  To hear that someone else was as passionate about their car as I was makes it a little better.  The way I'm looking at it is, it was time for me to TRY and move on.  My very first one was 1986 4cyl auto. then the tranny went out in it.  So he bought me my very first 5.0 mustang.  Both of those were four-eyed cars of course, this 89 that I'm working on now is something different, different body style and all.  My ideal car that I want is a 1970 Boss 429 (hence the Bossnutt....I'm nuts over the older Boss stangs), but I know I'll never be able to afford one of those.  So I'm just going to wait until we get another trailer or house and try to find a 1970 that needs to be restored and get that.  But I have to find him a 1967 Fairlane 2 dr sport roof first.  Again, thanks for understanding.

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2007, 06:56:16 PM »
 A 70 Boss 429? at least you have god taste ;) This is also my dream car but a 69 or a 70 fastback would make me happy even if it has a 6 cylinder. It would be easier to modify it to what ever I will like it to be.
 The Fairlane is also a great car and maybe some day one will be parked beside a Boss 429 in your drive way some day  :)

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2007, 12:36:53 PM »

TRUST ME, IT'S TOUGHER GETTING RID OF YOUR CAR THAN IT IS YOUR WIFE.  I'VE DONE BOTH AND THEY BOTH BITE.  SO BEING THE BETTER MAN FOR HAVING DONE BOTH OF THOSE THINGS, I WENT OUT AND GOT MARRIED AGAIN AND BOUGHT ANOTHER MUSTANG.  I DON'T REGRET EITHER DECISION.  I THINK BACK WHEN I WAS A CONFIRMED BACHELOR AND WAS A DIE HARD CHEVY FAN.  MY HOW THINGS CHANGE.  KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY BROTHER.  I'M SURE THAT ANOTHER PONY WILL PUT HER SPURS INTO YOU AGAIN AND YOU'LL BE CRUISING WITH THE TOP DOWN ONCE MORE.

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2008, 11:48:04 AM »
I don't know about that Nugget.  I got rid of a husband, it was harder getting rid of my 85 than getting rid of him.  My car never cheated on me with the babysitter or broke any of my bones.

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2008, 01:22:48 PM »
 :o I guess, it all depends of the conditions, I had a classic car I wasn't sad when the police took it away from the parking lot it was sitting. I never saw it since then :)

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Re: Well Official
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2008, 10:15:38 PM »
:o I guess, it all depends of the conditions, I had a classic car I wasn't sad when the police took it away from the parking lot it was sitting. I never saw it since then :)

The pitiful thing is the guy that bought has put it up for sale.  He was going to do 87-93 conversion on it, but then realized it would be wrong to hack her up cuz she was in such good shape.  He's looking for a 87-93 instead.

 

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