SiYAlater wrote:Yea, you know it's funny I work with a few guys that aren't as old as my car. When I graduated high school in 1980 something like a 1965 mustang in really good condition wa considered a hard to find pretty rare classic car and it was only 15yrs. old. When I think of that and how my car is 22 yrs old it's amazing it's more like seeing a 1957 model in 1980 . I tell you there weren't nearly as many 1957's around then as there are now. (Due to the values brought by recent restorations). Biggest difference is you could do anything you want with a classic american car and it wouldn't drive at all like a current day car. My car drives as nice as anything I have ever driven period.
Funny too that I sold a 1983 mustang GT.(The first year the GT had the 5.0 litre with a newly introduced 5 speed.) which was the first real performance mustang since about 1973. To buy my CRX in 1988.
Wanna hear something else funny, I bought the car brand new for a little under 11 grand. Yup, I said under 11,000.00 MAKES ME WISH I BOUGHT TWO!!
zrickety wrote:car is awesome!
what turbo manifold is that? and it looks like your 88 has door-mounted seat belts?
zrickety wrote:it looks like your 88 has door-mounted seat belts?
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