Oh, man. I still want a 2005-08 Mustang GT, but lately I've been thinking about a few things.
One is the fact that I'm not getting any younger. It's going to look like I either borrowed my son's car or I'm having a mid-life crisis. Two is the fact that rear seat room in a Mustang is a bit tight. I will be spending a lot of time with my family, and I'd hate to be constantly riding with them if we all wanted to go out somewhere. Or taking two cars; which, considering my mom and both brothers all drive Celicas would probably happen. Third, and most importantly, this would be my only car. Which means I would be driving it in the winter. Now I've had plenty of experience driving RWD cars in the snow (And this was in the days when "traction control" was your right foot.) but that's not what bothers me. Driving in the snow period is what bothers me. The idea of subjecting my muscle car to the salt and slush that is a Northern New England winter makes me cringe, frankly.
What about waxoyle? The Land Rover guys love the stuff.
I saw an episode of The Munsters the other day. The wife character went to a used car dealership to buy a car for her husband, or whoever that frankenstein looking dude is suppose to be, can't say I'm a huge fan, sorry. Anyway, the show was made in America in the mid 1960's. The cars on the lot, and the price tags on the windows, gave me a crisis. Somebody needs to get off their ass and invent a damn time machine already!