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Thread: building vs buying a built car...about Matt Farah's..Fox body

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    building vs buying a built car...about Matt Farah's..Fox body

    I love these notch backs.....

    always wondered why his car never ran

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    Always wondered why they call a 'Fox Body' a Fox Body... ????
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    besides a Fox platform, they also have a panther platform....

    I would guess the names dont mean much

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    Double/triple ... best advice in the whole story.
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    I dont recall that...

    was that about build cost estimates?

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    I have a buddy that bought one of those ex highway patrol notches in the 90's. We beat that thing like a rented mule on both drag strips and road courses and it never did anything but deliver smiles. He still has it. I think the moral to the story is to enjoy what you have today and don't mess it up with some pipe dream about tomorrow.

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