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It was great. A really nice night, and there were lots of people out cruising. Saw lots of nice cars, including a 71 Coupe, 65 Fastback, 67 Coupe, and a 70 Mach 1 351 (and my car of course!). It was great, and I got a few complements! It was really weird to have people admiring my car (this is the first time I've had it out other than for quick jaunts).

I can't wait for tomorrow, I'm going to a car show and flea market, should be fun.

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geez man where do you live??? i wanna liive where whenever youre out cruising you see like 5 other mustangs

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Holliston, MA, but the cruising places were Reilly's Roast Beef and Nick's Restaurant in Framingham and Natick, MA respectively.

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Wish they had some Crusing here in Maryland....they used to have a cruise at a local Checkers up in Germantown, but they tore the place down and built something else, no local crusies or even parking lot shows....:-(

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Sheesh man, 5 Mustangs is nothing about here in Northern California. On a given cruisenight, there will be upwards of 20 Mustangs all floundering about. We'll usually get a Shelby or Saleen thrown in the mix too, that's when things really heat up.

Cruising night here is Thursday and sometimes Friday. Every Thursday night, on Pacific Avenue down the Miracle Mile there are always hundreds of classic cars lining the streets... It's so awesome.
 

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I know that area pretty well (Graduated from Babson College in '98). Good to hear the area is still active.

Are you going to drive down for the Mustangs Unlimited show at the end of this month? Usually a really big turnout from the Mass. crowd. I know I will be there (probably without the 'vert) and a bunch of other area VMFers are usually there too... you could see Teebone's award winning Mach in person /forums/images/icons/wink.gif and if you're nice to him he'd let you polish the valve covers.

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I love cruisin. PCH is great to cruise on and there are always great cars going down it to look at. That is my priemier spot to cruise is.

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