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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-10-2019, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Hey there, looking forward to the Forum, I'm from central Canada, have a 67 Convertible, 68 Fastback and 69 Mach 1 428scj

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Hi Ron,


welcome to VMF. Very nice collection. Thanks for setting up the Garage with pictures
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Dang, Ron. That's quite a stable. What took you so long to get here?
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Ron, welcome to VMF. Nice selection.

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Welcome Ron, sounds like you have a great collection of pony's. Can't wait to see them.
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 03:35 AM
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Hey there, looking forward to the Forum, I'm from central Canada, have a 67 Convertible, 68 Fastback and 69 Mach 1 428scj

Ron

Hmm, Sorry to inform you Ron, but I fear you have run afoul of paragraph 3, subsection 24, of the Classic Mustang Owner's Charter, ratified 1996, amended 2009 - specifically title 18, which reads in part:


"No single owner (hereafter referred to as a "pony-hoarder") shall be permitted to own more than two outstanding examples of vintage Ford Mustangs. Any such Pony-Hoarder, once duly identified by any vintage Mustang owner, shall immediately surrender at least one outstanding mustang, and agree to submit to random garage inspections for no less than 5 years following identification of the infraction"

Now, being a generous sort, with a mind toward helping my fellow man, and although a burden of no small degree, I will volunteer to take one of those excellent cars off your hands, and naturally I'll talk to the CMOC administrator, and I'm confident that he and I can reach an agreement where we can overlook your pony-hoarding behavior.
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Hmm, Sorry to inform you Ron, but I fear you have run afoul of paragraph 3, subsection 24, of the Classic Mustang Owner's Charter, ratified 1996, amended 2009 - specifically title 18, which reads in part:


"No single owner (hereafter referred to as a "pony-hoarder") shall be permitted to own more than two outstanding examples of vintage Ford Mustangs. Any such Pony-Hoarder, once duly identified by any vintage Mustang owner, shall immediately surrender at least one outstanding mustang, and agree to submit to random garage inspections for no less than 5 years following identification of the infraction"

Now, being a generous sort, with a mind toward helping my fellow man, and although a burden of no small degree, I will volunteer to take one of those excellent cars off your hands, and naturally I'll talk to the CMOC administrator, and I'm confident that he and I can reach an agreement where we can overlook your pony-hoarding behavior.
Lol if I had a dollar for everyone who volunteered to "help" me out with my Mustang problem.... I'd have enough for another Mustang... hey I might be on to something
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Thanks everyone, I look forward to seeing everyone's cars and getting some tips!
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