Posts Tagged ‘mustang’

Bullitt 1968 vs. Bullitt 2015 – Which is the Better Way to Get About Frisco? – Bombardier in the Nose, Co-Pilot, Pilot/Stoker, Tail Gunner in the Rear

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Bullitt, 1968:


Bullitt, 2015:

7J7C9838 copy

(Man, that narrow 10-speed chain is doing a lot of work.)

With electric assist, prices start at $5900. If you want a garage to park this hefty rig at night, prices start at … [pinkie bite] $1 million dollars.

Later on, all can join in on the fun, as here:


This has beenĀ Bullitt 1968 vs. Bullitt 2015.

Aging Relic of the Upper Haight: This Ford Falcon Looks Nothing Like a Ford Falcon

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

To me, anyway:

Oh, Club Wagon – that’s the difference:

Tough to believe that this rig is a close cousin to a Ford Mustang, but it is.

This is an eight passenger vehicle, believe it or not.

Very cool.

Remembering the 1980’s – This is Exactly What It Looked Like – People Were Thinner, They Dressed Up, Drove Ford Fairmonts

Friday, April 4th, 2014

As seen in Civic Center, 2013:

Click to expand

That’s not really a boxy Ford Fairmont, it’s a boxy Mustang* LX. I had me one, with the same dog-dish hubcaps, bought at police auction, 90,000 miles. Sold it back in the ’90’s. I dressed up more back then, I was thinner too.

Anyway, this guy is rolling 1980’s-style – he really stands out from the crowd when you see him. Look for him on Larkin.

*But both were Fox platform rides and basically the same thing. Engineers from GM called this Mustang “the best damn Ford Fairmont ever built,” you know, as an insult.

Heartless SFMTA Gives Classic Mustang The Denver Boot – 45 Years of Life and Now This

Friday, December 10th, 2010

San Francisco’s NIMBY-esque neighborhood parking program has claimed yet another victim.

SFMTA ought to make an exception for classic cars, right?

Poor little feller:

Click to expand

Only Angle Grinder Man can save him now…