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I don't actually own a Mustang and feel somewhat like I'm intruding. However, as a muscle car enthusiast of all makes and models the '69 Mach 1 is in my top 3 all time favorites. My first experience with the Mustang was during my last 2 years of high school when I would catch an occasional ride home in a friends '66 coupe. For what was considered by many as a "basic" Mustang, this car (in my opinion) had it all over other makers pony cars. The Mustang bears a presence unlike any other and is far from being basic. Both interior and exterior display sport styling appointments that are uniquely "stang" and distinguish it well from its generic contentenders. I'm happy to be part of this dedicated community and look forward to learning more about these timeless machines.
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You are welcomed here.

No intrusion in our opinion. It is about the love of the car not necessarily ownership.

Jump on in and give us your thoughts. Evidently you have had time (since high school) to think about those pony rides.
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All Mustang and Mach 1's enthusiasts are welcome here; ownership is not a requirement. However, if you stick around here too long you may end up owning one!
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Welcome from Norway!
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Welcome to Mach 1 Club
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