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Anyone see the movie "Thomas Crown Affair"? There was that BadAss classic mustang that was on a 4x4 chassis on the island..... This one just looks like crap...
 

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I'd wheel it. That looks like the mustang was a POS and probably had a major mechanical failure, and the bronco was likely rusted out. It's better that both vehicles being scrapped or parted.
 

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It says "bronco running gear", not bronco frame. Considering a mustang doesnt have a rail frame, there would be spacers to make it sit level on one, and youd see the gap. Id like to see the hack job underneath that thing.
 

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I don't get why people always assume that everyone else's "creation" is a hack job, and then claim that it's a "waste". Are all of you jealous and just need some excuse to bitch??

The same people don't even seem to care when it's a pickup cab on a bronco frame... or a SAS for instance. There's absolutely zero difference in doing that versus making a mustang 4x4. Just because it's not your personal preference doesn't mean that it's unsafe, sacrilegious, or a waste. Grow up children.

I personally don't like the way that one looks, as I've seen better. If I had a mustang lying around and wanted to spend time and money on restoring the body, then it would be restored as a mustang the way it was intended. I actually like seeing car bodies on 4x4 platforms... it intrigues me to say the least.

By the way White... your mustang just gave me a hard-on. That bitch is slick!!
 

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I don't get why people always assume that everyone else's "creation" is a hack job, and then claim that it's a "waste". Are all of you jealous and just need some excuse to bitch??

The same people don't even seem to care when it's a pickup cab on a bronco frame... or a SAS for instance. There's absolutely zero difference in doing that versus making a mustang 4x4. Just because it's not your personal preference doesn't mean that it's unsafe, sacrilegious, or a waste. Grow up children.
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Im the last one to call "everyone else's creation" a hack job. If you want to throw half ton axles and driveline on a unibody car, go for it, but its not a good idea. If it were on a Bronco frame, I wouldnt have given it a second thought. And its only a waste if it wasnt worthless in the first place, which it appears it was.
 
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