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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-30-2012, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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My Mustang Pics as promised ( and my truck)

Here is my Mustang pics as promised in my "Newbie from Strathmore" thread.

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Mucho mods on the Stang, Mostly to the suspension and cosmetic.

Major ones are Tokico D spec fully adjustable shocks with fully adjustable camber/caster plates and Eibach springs. It handles like it is on rails.

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Thats a sweet stang you have, post more pics of it like under the hood and your truck looks good also.

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Super nice Mustang there. Sweet!


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Never mind the mustang I like the truck, Back in 97/98 that was the big color that was being promoted

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Nice looking rides Graham !

Looks like the Mustang didn't get the conversion to right hand drive when it was back in Scotland.....

That would have been quite the conversation piece to be driving a right hand drive Mustang in Canada ! lol

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Yeh once its here that would have been a cracking talking point but seriously.......Converting to right hand drive would have been like buying a salad at a fast food place..........its just not right, is it? Not to mention in the UK that would actually devalue it.

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Wasn't trying to crank you on the right hand drive thing.

Most threads I've seen with guys shipping a Mustang overseas involve the conversion to right hand drive, so I assumed the majority had it done.

Looks to be an expensive pain in the ass, and yah, it's not quite right.

Interesting that in the UK that mod would de-value the car...shows how much I know about the market over there.

Good thing I'm sticking to the domestic market.

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There are a few that have been converted (at about $10,000 a go) but not a lot actually. there's a fair bit of mods to do and things to relocate on them.

I've also heard that you sat off centre because the steering column had "obstructions" under the hood to get around plus the ones that got converted handled like Kirsty Alley on a mini bike.
Those that want a Mustang or any American car usually want the individuality of a Left-hooker unless they were a woose and scared of standing out from the Jap brigade.

Have a look around the Mustang forum http://www.s197.co.uk There's a lot of nice motors in the UK.

I'll post up some more from Scotland soon


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I've also heard that you sat off centre because the steering column had "obstructions" under the hood to get around plus the ones that got converted handled like Kirsty Alley on a mini bike.
Wow, there's a mental picture for you. LMFAO.

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