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I have gone from Regina, Saskatchewan to Edmonton, Alberta and back (around 800 KM one way) with 4 adults in my 2005 Mustang GT. There was no complaints from anybody that rode in the car. Now if the people in the front were over 6 Ft tall, there might be an issue for the passengers in the back seat. If I was to drive from Regina, Saskatchewan to Houston, Texas in 3 days, I would probably want to take the TBird, however the interior in the 2011 Mustang is pretty decent and I could probably handle that drive with it and no issues.
Interesting. I wonder how much larger the rear seat of the 2005 Mustang is compared to my 2004 Mustang. Unless you are a small individual, being in the back seat of my 2004 isnt very fun at all.

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S197's are about on par with the MN12 other than not having the middle seat. I agree the Fox and SN95 rear seats are borderline unbearable.

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S197's are about on par with the MN12 other than not having the middle seat. I agree the Fox and SN95 rear seats are borderline unbearable.
Hmm, how much interior volume does an S197 have?

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The MN12 back seat is rather large, a quality I really like about my car. Coming from personal experience, it is much easier to 'conduct business' in the back seat of my Thunderbird than it is in my SN95.

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Well you can't lay out on it like a bum on a park bench like you can in an MN12 lol, but in terms of leg/head room they're about the same for me, they just aren't 3 passenger bench seats.

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Well you can't lay out on it like a bum on a park bench like you can in an MN12 lol, but in terms of leg/head room they're about the same for me, they just aren't 3 passenger bench seats.
Yeah, I get you.

That "bum on a park bench" position has come in handy...

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Indeed, one thing I like about Cougars is that extra rear room.

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The MN12 back seat is rather large, a quality I really like about my car. Coming from personal experience, it is much easier to 'conduct business' in the back seat of my Thunderbird than it is in my SN95.
Now thats an interesting consideration. Raptor22 - you're a lucky man!

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I had a 5 speed Camaro that I liked, but after a bad motor cycle wreck that put me in the hospital for 1 1/2 months, wanted an automatic. I wanted a new car, and it had to be a 2 door, RWD, V8, but be a little more roomy than the Camaro. After checking around a lot, decided on a Tbird. This was in late Summer of 92, so I ordered my 93 Bird. It was the family car till 2002, when it was put into weekend play car status. At that time it had about 195,000 miles on it, and had not been in any accident, no rust, and been garage kept since day one.

Fast forward to 2011, every part of the drive train, suspension, steering, brakes have been upgraded. I put between 2-3,000 miles a year on it. It is a time machine now. Every time I fire it up, I turn 20 years old again.

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Fast forward to 2011, every part of the drive train, suspension, steering, brakes have been upgraded. I put between 2-3,000 miles a year on it. It is a time machine now. Every time I fire it up, I turn 20 years old again.
That's a cool story. I like hearing about cars that have a history with their owner :-)

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The MN12 back seat is rather large, a quality I really like about my car. Coming from personal experience, it is much easier to 'conduct business' in the back seat of my Thunderbird than it is in my SN95.
In the back seat of an SN95....it might be possible if you're 5 foot 5 or less...I once attempted it....was not successful. Just couldn't get in quite the right position....now the bird on the other hand...
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My back seat is still huge even with it cut down. I'm pretty sure I could have slept back there before it was cut.

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I'm 6'2". There's no way I'd want to sleep in there. The ideas for other activities sound interesting, although I'd probably get a cramp at a critical moment!

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I'm 6'2". There's no way I'd want to sleep in there. The ideas for other activities sound interesting, although I'd probably get a cramp at a critical moment!
Didnt you own a panther car before? Those are THE car to get down in the back seat. Its like a couch.

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Didnt you own a panther car before? Those are THE car to get down in the back seat. Its like a couch.
Well rememberred! Yes I did for a while, and yes they would be ideal for that! Even I could probably nearly lay out on the rear seat in one of these

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Yall are boring try the front seat.

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Yall are boring try the front seat.
Now you're talkin' :-)

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Didnt you own a panther car before? Those are THE car to get down in the back seat. Its like a couch.
i had an 89 grand marquis in high school so i know what your saying, the padded leather interior made it nice too, it was like a giant lazy boy recliner in that car lol

.....but, as far as room inside the vehicle my 88 bronco was the best
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Not on the paint !!!!!!!!!!!!

My 88 Bronco is just a little short, even without the rear seat.
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Back to the subject, several around 10 years, a few of us up to around 15 years. Surely there is a couple out there with 20 years.................

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oh, we where talking about SLEEPING in the back seat of the car?!? I was miinformed I guess
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Back to the subject, several around 10 years, a few of us up to around 15 years. Surely there is a couple out there with 20 years.................


16 years 8 months for my MN12 (see post #5). So far nobody's beaten that...

So who here is the original owner of an '89 to '94 MN12?

The maximum anyone can claim for continuous ownership of a MN12 is 22 years 6 months for a 1989 model purchased on it's release date of December 26, 1988.

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16 years 8 months for my MN12 (see post #5). So far nobody's beaten that...

So who here is the original owner of an '89 to '94 MN12?

The maximum anyone can claim for continuous ownership of a MN12 is 22 years 6 months for a 1989 model purchased on it's release date of December 26, 1988.
Im the 2nd owner of a 1989 built 12/88...

The original owner died, her daughter sold me the car two years ago.

Haha, old lady original owner had her MN12 longer than any of you "enthusiasts."

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16 years 8 months for my MN12 (see post #5). So far nobody's beaten that...

So who here is the original owner of an '89 to '94 MN12?

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Ah, so that pushes it back to '93.

Anybody got a '89 to '92 that they've had from the start?

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Im the 2nd owner of a 1989 built 12/88...

The original owner died, her daughter sold me the car two years ago.

Haha, old lady original owner had her MN12 longer than any of you "enthusiasts."
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They're out there ... those darn old people.

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My 91 Cougar was bought new by my Mother, so it has been in the family since new. It was given to me as my first car when I was 16, so that's over 12 years I've had it now.
I bought my 91 XR7 used in March 1993. So that's about 18 years for me. Before that I had a 1970 standard Cougar for 13 years.

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