My dad has been wanting a 1950 Buick Roadmaster Convertible for decades. Probably 60 years or so. He lost out on an auction a month ago or so for a VERY nice restored one that went for about $65k.
He ended up finding this one on eBay and won the auction for a little over $23k.
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Centaur Ugh I cannot watch that Scotty guy. I haven't ever been able to finish one of his videos. More power to ya...
I put down a deposit on my next ride. For me the requirements of my commuter vehicle are Ford/HOV Lane Compliant/Fun. The Mach-E fits the bill. It's going to be the GT Performance Edition with All Wheel Drive, 480HP and 634 Foot Pounds of Torque. 0-60 will be in about 3.5 seconds, or about as fast as my supercharged Shelby! I won't get it until probably summer or fall, but I'm pretty stoked to be replacing the little **** box Focus Electric with something a whole lot more powerful, engaging, and fun to drive. This is what it'll look like. I'll be tinting the windows and probably will put some black Shelby stripes on it.
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If you hadn't mentioned it being a Mustang, I never would have guessed. Sounds like a nice car, but looks nothing like a Mustang.
Looks like a typical SUV. Maybe it looks like one from the front?
Here is my 392 srt on the left I traded in and the hellcat I have now on the right. Only real difference other than the engine is the hellcat dosent have the sunroof. Well that and the hellcat had hydraulic power steering vs the 392 electric. I did like being able to adjust the steering on the srt 392 that was a nice feature. The hellcat makes up for it when merging on the highway though. No matter the situation there is always enough time to make it haha. You just gotta be careful the car lights up the tires like nothing at 70mph. It’s easy to handle IMO but it’s a bit surprising the first couple times.