How Many Kilometers or miles did you put on your Mustang this Summer ?

MC Stanger

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We have a small run planned for the long weekend over to NB. Western NS -> Moncton -> Fredericton and back with a small stop in Saint Leonard for a couple of "brakes". No, not a typo. Weather is looking good. Very odd this year as usually the Wharf Rat Rally is in town this weekend with 10,000 motor bikes. Right now the town looks like an old fashioned Sunday afternoon - the one before Sunday shopping was even a thing. That quiet.
 

67 AGAIN

Enthusiast
If you like a good handling car, you would really like the S550.
Nice and fun to drive.
Different than the S197.
I recommend the PP because it has better spring rates.
Base GT S550 pogo sticks in the back.
 

pei_guy

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Staff member
I rolled past 3000 this season coming home from spring run. Added another 1000 since then. My last day of work was yesterday, chances are improving for some seat time. Digby run next week, fall run and a Cabot Trail run are on the list. Slow start but picking up the pace on the back stretch!!
 

Mineral Grey

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I rolled past 3000 this season coming home from spring run. Added another 1000 since then. My last day of work was yesterday, chances are improving for some seat time. Digby run next week, fall run and a Cabot Trail run are on the list. Slow start but picking up the pace on the back stretch!!
Congrats again on the retirement. I'm at about 2300 km now..
Jackie and I are doing the Cabot trail Thanksgiving weekend for our 25 anniversary, first and only time we ever been was on our honeymoon, and it was so foggy we didn't see anything past the guard rails....
Taking the Mustang to its first 2020 PEI visit this weekend as well, any cars and coffee or cruises over there this weekend?
 

S197CS

Corner Carver
Don't know how i've done it, but I'm at +/- 7000kms done this year lol. still haven't moved much from around the city and the odd trip to Tracadie plus the spring/summer/COVID run to Amherst. Done my oil change Saturday last weekend. I have the magic power to rack up the miles it seems lol 😂 😂 :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

SVT4MT

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I'm figuring less than 2000 km driven since last August, oil change next week and then probably parking it for the season.

Driving season for me was only about three and a half months this year, June, July and August, with a week on either end.

Yah, I could probably get another month of driving in, but the way 2020 has been going, I figure the first blizzard should hit around Oct 1. ;)
 

pei_guy

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Staff member
Congrats again on the retirement. I'm at about 2300 km now..
Jackie and I are doing the Cabot trail Thanksgiving weekend for our 25 anniversary, first and only time we ever been was on our honeymoon, and it was so foggy we didn't see anything past the guard rails....
Taking the Mustang to its first 2020 PEI visit this weekend as well, any cars and coffee or cruises over there this weekend?
Tks Al.
Check Mustang club of PEI.
They posted a run to North Cape leaving Tim's on St. Peter's Rd at noon.
We won't be making that one but if you're kicking around, touch base.
You wouldn't have noticed much fog on your honeymoon, but after 25 yrs, Jackie probably is used to just staring out the window when you're around! Congrats on making it to that milestone!
 

Mineral Grey

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Tks Al.
Check Mustang club of PEI.
They posted a run to North Cape leaving Tim's on St. Peter's Rd at noon.
We won't be making that one but if you're kicking around, touch base.
You wouldn't have noticed much fog on your honeymoon, but after 25 yrs, Jackie probably is used to just staring out the window when you're around! Congrats on making it to that milestone!
Yeah, that north cape would be to long for us . I'll send you a text tomorrow.. maybe a coffee or a pint at some point , plus it's burger love , so I'll be hitting up burgers this weekend for sure ..
 

MC Stanger

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I rolled past 3000 this season coming home from spring run. Added another 1000 since then. My last day of work was yesterday, chances are improving for some seat time. Digby run next week, fall run and a Cabot Trail run are on the list. Slow start but picking up the pace on the back stretch!!
Digby eh. My daily run every evening and weekends for coffee, sunsets and just any reason to get out of the house for a spin. 5 minutes from home. Our tracks may cross.
 

MC Stanger

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Just completed the "Tour de NB". Some of it anyway. 1750 Km over 3 days. I went up to Rossano's Saturday night in Moncton to the cruise night, met a few members and got to see a good variety of rides. My first time there. Thanks for the tip Dave. Very enjoyable. Completed the weekend on Sunday with a trip to Western NB (was not aware of the Shediac cruise on Sunday but will watch for it next year) then today left Fredericton to complete a small "Tour de Covered Bridges".

Found this carving in Moncton which I thought was very cool. Just a few years ago it was your average tree.

Moncton corner of High and St. George Street

Tree.JPG
 
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