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  1. TuxBlackSHO

    TuxBlackSHO SHO Member

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    Hi all. Just took delivery of a 2010 SHO and wanted to say howdy. Looking forward to learning new things regarding these cars.
     
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    Welcome from a northerner :)
     
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    Welcome aboard, and congrats! First Ford?
     
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    Nooooo. I've been a Ford guy all of my 53 years. First vehicle was a 72 F100. 302, 3 on the tree, 2wd, no a/c, AM radio, etc.

    Here's my new girl: 2010 with the PP. Took my buddy (2014 SHO non-PP) for a ride last night and he said mine feels faster, but we won't know until we can find time to line 'em up.
     

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    Thanks, and I see you are in Wyoming? I grew up there and went to Godwin until my freshman year.
     
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    Wow, that's a looker 4 sure.
     
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    Nice! How long have you been down in Shelbyville?

    I remember when coming home from a day at the 2007 SHO convention after breaking a motor mount bracket, I had to get off at the shelbyville exit to try and rig up my coolant hose again. I was parked right next to the cow farm on the west side and they wanted to help so badly! Good times.
     
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    I've been living in the greater Wayland area for close to 20 years. Long enough to know that's Doezema's Dairy Farm you are referring to. LoL
    Great people in this area and I doubt I could ever go back to the 'burbs of GR ever again. (No offense intended)
     
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    I would love to move out in the sticks too, but my wife is a city girl, so that probably won't happen!
     

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