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New game- orders not scheduled drink every time someone talks about water bottles- also, every time this guy says “frankly”…
 

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New game- orders not scheduled drink every time someone talks about water bottles- also, every time this guy says “frankly”…
I would have died on June 9th if I played this game starting with the release.
 

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Several times over- and yet here we are lol
I was truly shocked how many of the embargoed reviews still talked about the damn water bottles. DRIVE THE TRUCKS!
 
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I was 12 years old when the 1964 1/2 Mustang hit the dealerships. At $2398 it was $30 more than a comparable Ford Falcon. However, it was much more appealing so it sold very briskly with a MY1965 production number built at 560,000 units.
Unlikely Ford will produce those same numbers but the vehicle appeal appears to be the same.
 

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I was 12 years old when the 1964 1/2 Mustang hit the dealerships. At $2398 it was $30 more than a comparable Ford Falcon. However, it was much more appealing so it sold very briskly with a MY1965 production number built at 560,000 units.
Unlikely Ford will produce those same numbers but the vehicle appeal appears to be the same.
My Dad brought me home a 1964 1/2 Mustang notchback for me my senior year in High School. It was white with a blue interior and a six cylinder. Man I liked that car. Mom had a fit and groused enough that Dad took it back. I kept driving my 1953 Chrysler Windsor Convertible that had black/red/white plain interior.
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