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imidazol97 ·

Oldfarmer, I know you're interested in the Mustang ' I saw this in a GM discussion and because it lists 4 links to reviews that appear to be newly released now that Ford's embargo on 2015 information is off for the Mustang and because it's in another forum that competes with Edmunds in parts, I didn't think I should copy and quote. http://www.gminsidenews.com/forums/f144/2015-mustang-reviews-out-heres-target-179689/

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