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This is a discussion on 2005 Mustang GT-R within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Eh, the wing is needed for downforce just like the Cobra R wing is so huge. Its acutally functional!!! What ...

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    Eh, the wing is needed for downforce just like the Cobra R wing is so huge. Its acutally functional!!! What makes the car is the motor, Reguarless of how GHEY that wing actually looks to some, I'd rock that car, I'm a total Stang Girl! Glad Ford's attempting to step up to the plate and creak something a little bit more "mean" for the streets JMHO
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    Thumbs up WOW

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    Re: WOW

    Originally posted by SRT THIS
    Thats the Best Mustang I've ever Seen, Seriously
    Lets just hope it makes production, Ford actualyl does have a pretty awesome concept car team!
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    I'd hit it, it ain't pretty but it looks like it's all business.

    Originally posted by TurnWRX
    Now all those mustang owners who put GT-R stickers and badges on their car can finally rejoice

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    Originally posted by Trailboss
    I'd definitly hit that
    I'd flush its radiator

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    I hate the look of current Mustangs. While I respect what can be done with them they are f-ugly and boxy as ****.

    This new look on the other hand....very sweet. Those are some really sweet lines; powerful, with a well blended style of old and modern. If I didn't fear domestic reliability, I'd gladly buy a Mustang modelled off this look. Very classy.

    BTW Those of you calling a race car wing rice have issues. Race cars have big wings...

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    i saw that car in the new york autoshow on friday it is sick, to bad there is no interior
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    *jaw drops* i was just telling my friend how much i disliked the new design... OMG ... id hit that in every orafice!!
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    Originally posted by Digitalfiend
    I hate the look of current Mustangs. While I respect what can be done with them they are f-ugly and boxy as ****.

    How is the Mustang boxy? It is far less boxy than Subarus and EVOs. . .
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    Even though I am a straight male and, thus, do not fold anything, that is very impressive.

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    Originally posted by Super Scoob
    How is the Mustang boxy? It is far less boxy than Subarus and EVOs. . .
    I totally agree
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    i love the new mustang, aside from the wine (understanding that it's fully functional) it's awesome.

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    Originally posted by Super Scoob
    How is the Mustang boxy? It is far less boxy than Subarus and EVOs. . .
    In my opinion, no. The Mustang body looks too big for its frame and wheel base. In my opinion it looks like a bloated body shell. If a car body could be "fat", it would be the Mustang. Perhaps the word "bloated" would be a better term for the Mustang.

    The STi (and Evo to a lesser extent) can be considered boxy too, but their lines and body shell seem to fit with the wheel base and frame better. They aren' t the prettiest cars but the body shell "works".

    The same cannot be said for the Mustang, in my opinion.

    EDIT: I love the new look of the Mustang though. As I said, it blends form and function, modern and old, very well.

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    Originally posted by Digitalfiend
    In my opinion, no. The Mustang body looks too big for its frame and wheel base. In my opinion it looks like a bloated body shell. If a car body could be "fat", it would be the Mustang. Perhaps the word "bloated" would be a better term for the Mustang.

    The STi (and Evo to a lesser extent) can be considered boxy too, but their lines and body shell seem to fit with the wheel base and frame better. They aren' t the prettiest cars but the body shell "works".

    The same cannot be said for the Mustang, in my opinion.

    EDIT: I love the new look of the Mustang though. As I said, it blends form and function, modern and old, very well.
    Compared to the car's in its class, I don't find it boxy at all, again I am a die-hard Stang fan. But look at the WS6 T/A and SS Camaro, they are way longer than the Stang.

    I think the Stang fits its frame perfectly fine again JMO.

    I agree on the new 05 models though, it is the perfect blend of old and new, very impressive!
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    Originally posted by Rella
    Compared to the car's in its class, I don't find it boxy at all, again I am a die-hard Stang fan. But look at the WS6 T/A and SS Camaro, they are way longer than the Stang.

    I think the Stang fits its frame perfectly fine again JMO.

    I agree on the new 05 models though, it is the perfect blend of old and new, very impressive!
    I don't think that he meant that Mustangs were too long. It seems more like he was suggesting that they were not proportional. I tend to agree. The wheels do look like they are pushed towards the middle of the body rather than the corners. It also has always looked as if it sits too high. Look at this picture of a Mustang:
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    See what I mean? I think the Ford has made vast improvements on the '05.

    Now look at this picture of the Trans Am this sexy, sexy individual is standing next to. It is longer, but it is also lower and sleeker, which I think is an improvement. See what I mean?
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