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Oh please, Charlie Harley, let's get with the times, Man.

Here's one just for you... ;)

 

Who's your favorite Charlie's Angel?

 

I liked Mary Ann and I loved Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd - what can I say? I couldn't make up my mind.

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That horse ain't thru the first page and already stinks.

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Oh please, Charlie Harley, let's get with the times, Man.

Here's one just for you... ;)

 

Who's your favorite Charlie's Angel?

 

I liked Mary Ann and I loved Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd - what can I say? I couldn't make up my mind.

 

Kate Jackson by far. :wub: She was sexy in that honest, approachable way.

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Kate Jackson by far. :wub: She was sexy in that honest, approachable way.

 

Yeah, I liked Kate Jackson too, although I must admit to having the Farrah Fawcett poster, too. Of course, I also have this on my desktop:

 

76_Cobra%20II%20-%20Farrah%20Fawcett.jpg

 

Because I am a car guy, and like Ford Mustangs of all types, of course.

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"Car guy" Yup, that's why I'd have that picture on my desktop. Of course, Farrah always was sort of a Mustang in her own way. She was my #2 Angel behind Kate. :wub:

 

So, you're saying you don't believe me? :D

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"Mustang"???

 

Sorry, guys, but that's a "Mustang II" - built on a platform borrowed from the (gulp) Pinto.

 

Is a Vega a Camaro? At least Chevy didn't name the Vega a "Camaro II".

 

Girl on the car? What girl?

 

LL

 

I will respectfully disagree. It is as much a Mustang as later Mustangs claim to be, and served to hold the name for continuity. The Mustang II shared very little with the Pinto, despite being "based" upon it. Heck, remember if you will, the original Mustang was based upon, and had much in common with the Ford Falcon, an "economy" car, and the later Fox body Mustangs were derived from the Ford Fairmont, also an entry level vehicle.

 

From a performance perspective, look at the numbers for all performance oriented U.S. made vehicles of the time. The car gets a lot of undeserved grief.

 

A little insight:

 

http://performance.ford.com/enthusiasts/newsroom/2016/09/record-number-of-mustang-ii-owners-celebrate-1st-ever-reunion-in.html(yes, that is where I got the picture)

 

My first car was a 1970 Mustang, and I would own a Cobra II or other performance oriented Mustang II in a heartbeat.

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Oh please, Charlie Harley, let's get with the times, Man.

Here's one just for you... ;)

 

Who's your favorite Charlie's Angel?

 

I liked Mary Ann and I loved Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd - what can I say? I couldn't make up my mind.

I had the hots for Kate Jackson clear back when she was Danko's woman on The Rookies.

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