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Part of my job here at the US Courts Library is to participate in a photographic archive project. Came upon this photo during QC, and guess what jumped out at me?http://members.telocity.com/paulwall/images/72chouse.jpg

Two (now) vintage mustangs a (now) vintage Fairlane, and a (then) brand new pinto!
 

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Wow, New Orleans!

Now go look for a photo with a '68 Candyapple red coupe should be around N.O. about that time /forums/images/icons/smile.gif

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Cool pic Paul.

Do you work downtown? I work in the Whitney bldg...not far from the courts. If so we need to have lunch sometime, or at least arrange to have a "mustang meeting" some friday....

Oh how cool would it be if we could go back in time and buy a mustang or Shelby new ! Dickson
 

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One of the cars at the corner, the one closest to the photographer, is a 68 or 69 cutlass. I think the red one looks like a Plymouth Duster sihlouette.
 

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Very cool!!! I love these old photos. The car in the middle is a Maverick, but not "just" a Maverick, it's a '72 Sprint edition. Not only was the Sprint option available on Mustangs of the year, but also Mavericks and Pintos.
 
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