Finally Decided to Actually Join StangNet!


New Member
Jun 18, 2019
Waukesha, WI
Hello fellow Gearheads,
I just somewhat recently bought my first mustang, a '89 GT Hatchback, it's the third car that I've ever owned, and has quickly become my favorite. I'm a DIY kind of guy, I've done whatever work my stang has needed myself, no matter how strong the urge is to start breaking :poo:, and I've already spent quite a lot of time on here reading guides, and just learning about my car. This site has been a tremendous help, and has answered an unimaginable amount of questions that I had, and since I'll continue to come here for guidance, I figured that I should step out of the shadows and become part of the community. I'm looking forward to bugging everyone with my "better safe than sorry" attitude and dumb questions lol
Thanks guys
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Potomus Pete

Gretchen Whitmer is eating at me
Mar 7, 2019
Sarasota Florida
Stangnet is the obvious choice. If only because of the no spark checklist. These people have the patience to help those who want to help themselves. IMG-5397.JPG
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