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Old 04-14-2011, 08:37 PM
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Default Anvil mustang in Hot Rod Mag.

I got my new issue of hot rod today.Super nice right up on Matt Lazich Cool Mustang.Congrat's Matt. Scott M.
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Just got mine yesterday too. Looks dang good . I wish magazines had audio, I would love to hear it running around the track.

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I picked up a copy from the news stand. I thought the photos were excellent ( typical or HR) and I appreciated the insight and honesty that was imparted regarding the car and the fact that it really was not wrung-out before the test drive for the feature. I wanted to read RAVE reviews about handling, but all they really loved was the brute power. At any rate, it's a great car, I looked at it for a while on the floor @ SEMA and it is very clean and straight, albeit understated.

Great job Steve! Now make it stop.

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I got my new issue of hot rod today.Super nice right up on Matt Lazich Cool Mustang.Congrat's Matt. Scott M.
Thanks for posting, Scott! I think the article and the photos turned out incredibly well. The car is back at Pure Vision for more tuning. I suppose you're never done fiddling with these things. Just ask Steve Rupp!
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Picked up a copy on Sunday..
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...damn those wheels are so %$#@&^%! sexy!
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:54 PM
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IMHO! Steve at Pure Vision build style's are cutting edge.Matt I can't wait to see your mustang in person. Scott M.
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Saw the car at Sema. Understated initially, maybe, but the more you look the more you see. Awesome car!
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Congrats on the article!! Well done! Although the pics are great - seeing the car in person is something that has to be done! Incredible subtle detail!
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Matt,
Any chance of some pics the underside of the rear suspension
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