Negative Review of 73 Mach 1
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Curbside Classics Website with an editorial on the 71 to 73 Mustangs.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/curbsid...ng-mach-1/
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#2
I'm sorry but that car is just ghetto.
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(01-24-2010, 12:11 AM)vamach1 Wrote: I'm sorry but that car is just ghetto.

:)

Needs alittle TLC and I bet it would be a great car.....
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You would think if the guy was going to give a review of the 73 Stang he should of used a better example. If the review was based on that one, no wonder he didnt like it.

Its ok, we all know that people either love or hate these Stangs. Personally I love mine, and from the thumbs up I get when I drive mine down the road, or when I cant leave a parking lot because people want to talk about it with me. That gives me a good understanding of other that like the 71-73 Mustang.

If its any consolation Im not big on the 64-68 Mustangs either, except for the Fastbacks.

In all of my new cars that I drive, like my Hummer, or my Lincoln Navigator or my BMW, not one person has ever asked me one question about those cars when driving it, nor has anyone ever asked me to pop the hood, or SPIN THE TIRES!!
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(01-24-2010, 01:38 AM)1972 Mach 1 Wrote: You would think if the guy was going to give a review of the 73 Stang he should of used a better example. If the review was based on that one, no wonder he didnt like it.

LOL....kinda wondered that myself. Although that owner probably has WAY more fun with the Stang the way it is then they would have with it being fully restored. I know so many people that have had their car forever.....used to enjoy and drive it everywhere till they made the mistake of restoring it. Now....its a garage queen and the enjoyment is gone.
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#6
I read some of his other reviews of different cars. The examples he uses are in poor condition, not stock, or otherwise screwed-up. If he got behind the wheel of a good example he might think otherwise.
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#7
First off the guy's named is Neidermeyer. Secondly, in the fall of 1970, the 71 Mustangs had 285 horses and the HO came out in 1972. He can keep his cute Toyotas and his handsome Camaros. Enough said.Roflmao1
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#8
He obviously was 5'4' and 105 lbs at 17. I rode in my Dad's Boss 351 as a 3 year old and still remember how awesome it was. I am biased to the 71-73s, I came home as a newborn in a brand new 73 Sportsroof that was in my family until I was 10. Dad had the Boss and then bought my Mach1 for $820 when I was 11. We have always had at least one 71-73 Sportsroof in the family. When I was 17 I was really dumb and ran the hell out of my Mach 1 I made sure to hit 100 every time I had a decent straight stretch of road in the hills of WV. Some I never should have been able to but I stayed in it til I hit 100 and held on for the curves sometimes 80 and above. I broke one front shock and a rear air shock going through a downhill "s" curve driving like the idiot I was at that age. These cars might be big but compare them to the weight of the current Mustangs.
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(02-08-2010, 05:24 AM)71mach1 Wrote: First off the guy's named is Neidermeyer. Secondly, in the fall of 1970, the 71 Mustangs had 285 horses and the HO came out in 1972. He can keep his cute Toyotas and his handsome Camaros. Enough said.Roflmao1
Im with you everybody has an opinion his was wrong I have brought up my son to think mustang was the only car made.But until he can afford his own insurance the Mach is with me.

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(03-14-2011, 11:35 AM)1969jimmach Wrote:
(02-08-2010, 05:24 AM)71mach1 Wrote: First off the guy's named is Neidermeyer. Secondly, in the fall of 1970, the 71 Mustangs had 285 horses and the HO came out in 1972. He can keep his cute Toyotas and his handsome Camaros. Enough said.Roflmao1
Im with you everybody has an opinion his was wrong I have brought up my son to think mustang was the only car made.But until he can afford his own insurance the Mach is with me.
Good or bad I just love the 71/73 . To bad at the time we were in a war . C.L.Wave

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