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Old 05-05-2013, 06:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just took SWMBO to see it , great movie ! if you like this type of movie you're going to love it (I did) oh and to boot there's a 68(i think) mustang in it !
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Old 05-05-2013, 06:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I saw it, yeah it was a 67 or 68 GT, they only showed the grill where you can identify which year it was for a split second and I blinked.
But I thought it was cool, loved the acting style. awesome.
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Really great!
Took all 6 of us and bought concessions.

....Could have bought my gas tank for what I dropped on entertainment today.
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Half year 68.5 CJ
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Saw the movie right after my classes ended for the semester and it was amazing! Marvel has done an awesome job of turning these movies out with really great plotlines and action recently. Very impressed with that.
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I was wondering what year that Mustang was... If I'm not mistaken, the front end looks different at the end of the movie than it did the first time you see it (almost like Stark had it fixed up).

During the previews, they showed the next "Fast and Furious" (think that's what its called), and one of the scenes shows a white 69' or 70' getting crushed by a tank. Ugh!
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engine was out of car in first shot , at end if movie car was put together . A gift to the kid for helping him out
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Yes excellent movie. Robert Downey Jr. hands down my favorite actor. So glad he beat the drug addiction, of course he got a lot of help from a Mustang guy, Tim Allen.
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Yep, saw it too. Definitely a CJ car with the black stripe on the hood. The first "under construction" shot was so dark in the garage I thought the car was a '68 Torino!

Oh, and the Mustang in the next F&F is the '69 white "Anvil" Mustang (well a clone anyway).
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Old 05-10-2013, 12:55 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I really liked the movie. I stayed till after the credits to see the extra skit. Ties in with the Avengers for those wondering.
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Iron man 3 - saw it - liked it - and was sad the story seems to be ending
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