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2010 Mustang with less camo

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mustang84    12

Awesome!

It looks smaller and more muscular. The front end has a meaner look to it, and the car looks more aggressive overall. I can't wait to hear the engine specs!

http://jalopnik.com/5047064/2010-ford-mustang-in-the-nude

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The new face looks better from what I can tell, (not much is visible trough the camo) but it is

still much too slab sided, I wish the door/rear 1/4 scoop (vent?) would be more pronounced.

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loki    286
anyone else think the new front end looks more camaro-ish? Not a rip-off, but closer.

yes, with the yellow/orange lights too.

it looks more manly than this gen.

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z28luvr01    170

Front end reminds me of the 69-70 Mustangs:

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Not a bad car to copy from, now that the Eleanor thing has been done to death.

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Front end reminds me of the 69-70 Mustangs:

Not a bad car to copy from, now that the Eleanor thing has been done to death.

The '69 is probably my favorite vintage Mustang, having grown up around them. I love the shark nose design.

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turbo200    6

mustang design, this generation, has aged stupendously well, getting past the me-to nature of it being everywhere, it truly is a modern design classic, classic stance, uninterrupted flow of lines, great modern surface detail, and rugged good looks especially in GT form. this is just a continuation.

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mustang design, this generation, has aged stupendously well, getting past the me-to nature of it being everywhere, it truly is a modern design classic, classic stance, uninterrupted flow of lines, great modern surface detail, and rugged good looks especially in GT form. this is just a continuation.

Yes...I love how the current car has a mix of vintage design cues (some '65, some '67-68, some '69-70) and they flow together pretty harmoniously. The previous gens ('94-98, 99-04) haven't aged as well relative to the '05-09, IMHO. The '10 looks be a nice evolution of the '05-09.

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