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    it would be pretty easy to build...
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    Sweet mustang for sure. Most of the mods are probably bolt-on's as with most movie cars that dont have any serious performance oriented scenes...unless of course its actually the real deal from somebody's collection

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    The dark green Shelby Mustang that Crown drives on Martinique was originally intended to be used for Arnold Schwarzenegger's character in Last Action Hero (1993), another John McTiernan film, and was retrieved from the director's garage for this film.
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    That is actually pretty cool.
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    Mustangs are hot right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardboy View Post
    Mustangs are hot right now!
    Always have been, 1965-1969 that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoDriven View Post
    Always have been, 1965-1969 that is.
    yeah that!

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    sick stang. great movie as well.

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    looks like a GT500 drop top?
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    Sean at Revved is your man to build such a car. Not a problem for him at all. Just ask MTK and some of the others here.
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    It shouldn't be a hard build. everything seems pretty straight forward. Anyways that stang is pretty sick.
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