Brother can you spare $50,000?

I want a 2010 GT500 so you know the money would be going to a good cause.

I’ve always been a fan of Mustangs and, of course, what Shelby did with a Mustang.  I even owned a Mustang one time, it was an 1985 white Mustang with a V8.  I loved that car, loved the V8, but something happened with the transmission.  Sorry to say I wasn’t able to keep it because I didn’t have the money or know how to fix it.

Now I’m not an car geek, I just know what I like and I’m not going to go spouting Horse Power and Torque specifications.  I’m one of those guys that just looks at the car and says “wow, that’s a sweet ride” and “man will this thing fly”.  And I just know I’d be saying that about the GT500.  In fact, I’m sure I’d be quoted as saying something very similar to the guy in the article.  “While driving, we would depress the clutch just so we could rev it, even when we were doing 60 mph. It makes you want to eat a hot dog, kiss a baby, grab a flag and sing the Marines’ Hymn. It’s Team America, sung by a car. It’s awesome

Of course, if you don’t have $50,000, I suppose I could make due with a Subaru WRX STI at a measly $35,000. With either vehicle though I’d need to make friends with the LEO’s or be ready to pay a whole bunch ‘o speeding tickets.  Cause you know “I can’t drive 55!

By Mark

I work in IT and ride Motorcycles. I do one to support the other.