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Old 09-16-2004, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Who would win if they were to race a 1991 bmw 750il all stock parts or a ford mustang somethin in the 70s with upgrades.
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by race you mean??? and by mustang you mean???( engine wise)
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Old 09-16-2004, 07:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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1971 Ford Mustang (351ci V8 w/4spd) 5.8 13.8 THIS ONE WOULD RAPE YOU EVEN STOCKother's you can beat if they dont have major upgrades.
1973 Ford Mustang 351ci 8.9 16.3
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Nice list, but remember a lot of Mustang II in the 70s had less than 100 bhp.
So whats the point of a comparison? Its not exactly fair.
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I mean racing he said my friend said he wanted to get a mustang one of those older classic muscle cars like the ones in 2 fast 2 furios. somethin like that.
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1971 Ford Mustang (351ci V8 w/4spd) 5.8 13.8 how much would that one cost??
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Also if I wanted to upgrade performance in the BMW would be the best things to get?
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the cars in 2 fast 2 furious were a 69 yenko camaro with a 427 big block and a 426 hemi charger with like 475 HP. both VERY fast cars.

mustangs after 71 are worthless...thats right piles of shit. like mentioned they were down to 100 HP for a while.
and even the ones that had power still sucked ass cause they don't stop or turn.


if you are in cali. don't get anything newer than 73 as you will have to smog it.
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thanks bro...and about a race between your bimmer and a stang. ha, makes me laugh. thats like comparing formula one cars to dem good ol nascar boys.
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