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Old 01-15-2007, 08:27 AM
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I love GM, and gre up in a GM home, but I love Fords, and would love to add an /03 or '04 SVT Cobra to my garage. I might end up just waiting for a big raise and try and get a used new Shelby. OK, my lil brother has a cammed out WS6, and swears Ford is below GM performance. I was wondering what makes GM "better" I hear the argument Mustangs weigh as much as my F150, and that is why he says TA's would whoop GT's.Cobras. Any thoughts. I am rambling a bit, but I was just wondering what the other side had to say.
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Fast is fast. No matter the make.
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Old 01-16-2007, 11:32 AM
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This is a argument that will never end.I own a mustang gt, i have several friends that own f-bodies i prefer the mustang because thats just what i like.As far as who's better i wouldn't say either is better than the other the ls1 is a bad motor i would love to own one but i stick to my mustangs.
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