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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=21069
Submitted by: Escort_LX_Sport
Comments: 57  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 03-31-2003
View Stats Category: Car
Description:
ugly Stang (Yuck)!


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#21
3-31-2003 @ 06:15:32 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#19, Sound. The V8s rumble a little more than the V6s, even with the same exahust (I had GT takeoffs on a V6, and it didn't sound quite the same). Generally the GTs have somewhat nicer interiors (it's more common to see them with leather than the V6s). I'm sure there's some other stuff, but I forget.

If you really want to get anal, the V8s have a quad-shock assembly on the rear, where the V6s only have two shocks. Of course, if you're going to examine the car that closely, you may as well ask 'em to pop the hood.


#22
3-31-2003 @ 06:17:30 PM
Posted By : Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
#21, no - my anal is fine - thank you.




no - i just need the dead give-a-ways - mostly the cosmetic stuff. But I should be okay. Thank you.


#23
3-31-2003 @ 06:18:19 PM
Posted By : Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
Lemming, with that kind of cash, you could easily score a late-model LSC. I know, mod-motor, but you'll be surprised by the awesomeness of the DOHC variant.

#24
3-31-2003 @ 06:19:45 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#20, and how long will it be before you wreck it like you did your last one

#25
3-31-2003 @ 06:19:56 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#23, You've got a point there, but that's a darned hefty car. I had a 3.8L Thunderbird, and that was probably at least 3600 lbs. I hate to imagine what a Mark VIII weighs.

#26
3-31-2003 @ 06:20:53 PM
Posted By : Escort_LX_Sport Reply | Edit | Del
#24, 3 year ago start crashed it on Spet 26 2000

[Edited by Escort_LX_Sport on 3-31-2003 @ 06:21:29 PM]


#27
3-31-2003 @ 06:21:04 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#23, btw Max, have you had any problems or complaints out of your Mark VIII yet?

#28
3-31-2003 @ 06:22:31 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#26, i didn't ask you when you crashed it

#29
3-31-2003 @ 06:24:18 PM
Posted By : Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
#25, 3811. Remember, the T-bird and the Mark VIII are both MN12 cars, so they're about the same size and weight. And trust me, it does NOT feel like a 3800 pound car. It accelerates hard, and the ubercool airbag suspension really helps the handling. It's a thoroughly fun car to drive. You should at least attempt to test-drive one.

#30
3-31-2003 @ 06:24:25 PM
Posted By : Escort_LX_Sport Reply | Edit | Del
#28, I don't know what you try talking about it?

#31
3-31-2003 @ 06:27:35 PM
Posted By : Mad Max Reply | Edit | Del
#27, the actuator pump for the intake manifold runner control valve (dual-length runners) was broken when I bought it, the transmission crapped out (100,000 miles on the car, so no real huge shock there, replaced it with a new wide-ratio 4R70W that I scored for $700,) the power antenna quit working (salvage yards are a man's best friend) and a couple other minor things that I knew about when I bought it. It sounds like a lot, I know, but I knew about most of the problems when I bought it, and with the mileage, the tranny going was not a surprise.

#32
3-31-2003 @ 06:29:54 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#31, Hmm. I didn't even know that the DOHC engines had that whole IMRC system (not that I'm surprised). I knew my Mustang did, because that's what the whole "split port" thing was.

#33
3-31-2003 @ 06:39:32 PM
Posted By : stang392 Reply | Edit | Del
#31, thats not too bad aside from the tranny going out

#34
4-01-2003 @ 01:12:44 PM
Posted By : The Brahma Bull Reply | Edit | Del
For the record Lemming, 2001+ GT's dont say GT on the side. They only have the pony.

#35
4-22-2003 @ 01:51:30 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
Taking the running horse off the front=bad IMO

[Edited by solid_snake on 4-22-2003 @ 01:52:46 PM]


#36
4-22-2003 @ 01:56:32 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#34, Interesting. Thought they kept those.

#37
4-22-2003 @ 01:58:54 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
The grille insert (horse-free) isn't that bad. The rest of it is. I've seen plenty of Mustangs with those BLING wheels, and they are AWFUL.

#38
4-22-2003 @ 02:00:52 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Geez, why did I buy another one of these damn things...

#39
4-22-2003 @ 02:02:23 PM
Posted By : solid_snake Reply | Edit | Del
#38, because your parents chose it?...

#40
4-22-2003 @ 02:03:46 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#39, Oh, yeah.

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