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    GT Rspec walk around

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    Thanks for the little insight Ian, a shame that the weather god's didn't shine on the day as the overcast day didn't do the colour and stripe package its true justice, I can't wait to hear one of these machines, I assume that Herrod has taken care of the exhaust applications on these R-Specs ?.

    Also to note the manual only observation, hopefully this is just a test of the waters and future products/examples show us the choice of a auto ?.

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    typical bogan olden supporters, thought it was a R8
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    Doesn't take much to make the Mustang's look special. The donor GT is already a striking and emotive visual package. The rear RSPEC wing is probably the stand out exterior feature although I do like those front accents as well under the LED's. Ian, did you happen to notice if their was now an opening under there for additional air? The standard GT's front bar is blocked at the same location.

    My other question on aesthetics is if the black bonnet vents were painted or just wrapped?
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    I really don't get how people like puke colours but all to its own, some mothers do have them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTe217 View Post
    I really don't get how people like puke colours but all to its own, some mothers do have them.
    Since you asked

    Quote Originally Posted by R. Douglas Fields, Ph.D.
    2010 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. They tested the theory that human color preference is adaptive; that is, people are more likely to survive and reproduce successfully if they are attracted to objects with colors that "look good" to them, and they will avoid objects with colors that "look bad" to them. The idea is that the more experience-based feedback that a person receives about a particular color that is associated with a positive experience, the more the person will tend to like that color.
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