My Present

In Jan. of 2010 i turned 15 and my dad decided it was time to get me a car. He bought my other two sisters a car when they turned 15 as well. I started looking for one on the internet, i have always loved Fords and my dad is a Chevy guy and he wanted me to get one of them but i was going to get a ford. So i found a blue 07 mustang online. with 6,000 miles really only that. i showed the car to my and they didnt seem amused but i wanted that car so in june my parents went to town and when they came back they were talking about a car, but i didnt know what. So in the next few days they decided to take me to town and i had no idea where we were going. Then we pull into a dealership a Chevy dealership at that, but under the porch surrounded by tonss of chevys sat a beautiful blue FORD mustang. they had bought me that blue mustang and now i turn heads everywhere.

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Sam Boswell III I bet you it made every Chevy there look bad. That is a good looking car.
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Pamela Pierce-Palmer Ok I'm jealous for me but thrilled for u
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I had a thought when the website Jalopnik asked for the best way to spend $1 million dollars on cars: enthusiast dealership. I bought a Focus ST last year and feel that it is a largely overlooked vehicle in the Ford lineup (as is the Fiesta ST).  Auto magazines and enthusiasts all praise the fun factor that each vehicle brings but the average, or even above average, informed consumer can not distinguish the ST trim from S, SE, SEL or even Titanium. I, personally, would love a small experimental dealership that focuses on this admittedly niche market.  Lot size would be smaller as inventory would be smaller but perhaps a larger lot could still be used as an autocross location.  In this way, ST and Mustang owners would use their vehicles to a greater extent of their capabilities.  It would be like if Jeep were to have a small off-road course in their backyard. This autocross lot could also be used to hold defensive driving courses that assist in Ford owners lowering their insurance costs upon completion. With the advent of the new Mustang I believe this could be a termendous concept in practice.  Consumers would have an informed direct playing field for the different trims and engine offerings.  Even without a purchase coming from everyon on the lot, overall foot traffic would be higher due to the appeal that performance variants have to young professionals. The best part is that, for me in the Northeast, the ST would be presented as a primary thought to the consumer where Subarus have been selling like hotcakes.  Many consumers up here do not even think that Ford offers a fun hatchback that could compete with the WRX.  With the growing success of Subaru in the Northeast I believe that Ford is missing out on those looking to grab a more engaging vehicle. I found that, with snowtires, there was nothing that could stop me in my ST last winter. I often passed AWD vehicles that were sliding backwards on a hill. The low end torque available from the Ecoboost 4 cylinder was tremendous. While I have no expectations from this comment perhaps someone could continue the discussion with me at a later time. At the very least it would be an entertaining concept to discuss.
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