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(I4U)   Ford parks a Mustang in the one spot in NYC where there's no "Don't Even Think of Parking Here" sign   (i4u.com) divider line 102
    More: Amusing, Ford Motor Co., Empire State Building, tallest skyscraper, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Digital Trends, Larimer County, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Mustang  
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2014-04-01 06:52:00 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: theorellior: These are surprising testimonials. About the only thing I can think about when I see one of these cars is that the auxiliary driving cameras must be really good because it doesn't look like you can see out of the damn car at all.

No one's more surprised by them than me, let me tell you. And the visibility is actually pretty good, except for the rear window.


If they'd make more than a fastback, they might be able to fix that visiblity problem.  They could just chop down the Fusion down to a two-door car, give it the Mustang powertrain & styling, and solve the visibility problem.
 
2014-04-01 08:55:17 PM  

Dr. Picklebacon: FTA: The Empire State Building has held the title of the world's tallest skyscraper for more than four decades.

THIS IS A TRUE FACT.

disclaimer: no it isn't.


It almost is. It was for almost 40 years, when the WTC topped it. Later, it was the tallest in NYC until the WTC topped it again. So it has held the title of NYC's tallest for over 40 years, while just under 40 for the world position.
 
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