2006 Ford MustangMustang Fan - San Diego, CA04/13/2010
I have owned a 1995 Mustang Cobra, a 2001 Mustang GT, and currently own an 1988 Mustang LX 5.0, but the 2006 Mustang GT is the nicest to drive. It's fun, quick, easy to modify, and very comfortable to drive. Took a 3 Hour trip and it was a blast. Of course, driving is more fun since I purchased a convertible GT.
2006 Mustang GT~ Jet Black
2006 Ford MustangDawnD - Albuquerque, NM08/31/2010
I bought my Stang used, but before getting my GT, I hadn't even driven one, let alone, sat in one! I couldn't believe how comfortable the drivers seat was, not to mention the total LOOK OF BADNESS and feel of the car itself! I love the design of the old classic street rod, and that's what initially attracted me to this paticular car, as well as the year. I was undecided at first whether or not to get the 6cyl or the 8. I'm SO GLAD I went with the 8! Has plenty of power and performance, and I couldn't be happier! Thinking about whether or not you want the V6 vs the V8? I HIGHLY recommend you go with the 8~! You won't be dissapointed! I still can't believe it's MINE! I love it!! Ford, you ROCK!!!
2006 Ford MustangMickie - Fairfax, VA04/08/2010
I recently bought a 2006 blue Ford Mustang convertible. Today is the perfect day for the car ... not too hot; not too cold. I drove it for the first time today on the Beltway and with the top down. What a rush! I felt pretty much the same as I did 24 years ago when I had my first convertible: Free, alive and happy. Regaining my youth? Maybe, but why not?
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