I live in the land of folks with more money than sense, and often they buy cars. When I see something uncommon, interesting, or otherwise cool I try to snap a picture. Just for you.
Taken on 6/27/2012. I don’t know if this is something direct from the factory or if it’s just a fan who took it upon himself to do this. I don’t care. This is awesome.
Okay, yesterday I saw the Mach 1 with a tag 783 117. Today I see a Shelby GT 350 with a tag 783 118 in nearly the exact same spot.
Someone registered their two Mustangs back to back. I can’t wait to see what’s parked there tomorrow.
Ho-lee shit. I wish I had the time to wait around for the owner to come back so I could listen to it, too.
Another Shelby. I’m not a particularly huge fan of the Mustang, at least the newer ones, but Shelby does know how to make them… Mustangier.
Taken on 1/11/2012. I swear, I never take blurry pictures. Please believe me!
Taken on 12/20/2011. Two more cars driven by coworkers, except this time these two belong to a couple of my bosses.
The E 63 was probably only three weeks old at the time the photo was taken, and I know its owner still hasn’t made it through the break-in period before he can really open up the throttle on that Biturboed V8.
He offered to let me drive it. I told him I can’t afford to buy him new tires.
The Mustang is an original from 1964. As my wife pointed out to my boss at the company Christmas party in 2010 his car couldn’t possibly be a ‘64 because black wasn’t an OEM paint option until the next year. He laughed and admitted that the previous owner had the car repainted, then he told me I had one hell of a woman on my arm.