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Looking for a new car and thinking the new generation Mustangs look pretty sweet.
There are a of vehicle nameplates that have been in continuous production for decades, but few are as iconic as the model we spotlight in this week's Gayest of the Run feature: the Ford Mustang. Credited with creating, and giving name to, the "pony car" class of affordable, sporty, youth-oriented two-doors, the Mustang was and remains an exemplar of traditional American masculinity: loud, unrefined, and not particularly agile.
However, during its nearly year tenure, it was inevitable that some offspring from the hyper-butch equine line would come out a little…lighter in their Goodyears than the rest of their siblings.
Why else would we have chosen the Stang as our official Stick Shift mascot? See it up there, all rainbow hued, and hornily mounting it's clone? Anyway, here are our choices for the five gayest Mustangs ever made, one from each of the car's five basic generations.
Vote in our poll for the one you think is the Gayest of the Run. The Shelby GT-H was available as a rental from Hertz, and was often used by people interested in doing drag on the weekends. Okay, drag racingbut still.
Why are new mustang owners so gay
Watered down a tough, aspirational brand with a poor franchising decision—kind of like Mustang Cologne. Note the presence of a similar vehicle in this ad. Would you look at the length of that hood? Inches were added up front for this re-de making it the longest and thickest Mustang to date. Truly a size-queen's paradise.
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Overdeveloped deltoids rising up above the hood line, forecasting the decade's incipient homo-driven gym culture. Maybe the least gay of our gay Mustangs.
I actually find it sort of grotesque and menacing. But the epicenter-of-evil—Sarah Palin—had one in high school, and I think it would be hilarious if the car she drove in the 80s were voted gayest of the run.
When the Mustang went Manorexic in response to above-mentioned bloat of the generation. The "stereotypically" gay Pony Car: wimpy, weak, underpowered, feminine. Based on the Pinto platform—famous for "going off" when taken from the rear.
Covered in louvers, extensions, openings, flares, and skirts like some sort of Ecstasy-ed out, 80's club-kid. Shredded, peek-a-boo rear-tail-light treatment, seemingly modeled on the ass of George Michael's pants during the same era. Inspired by the car in the film Bulitt starring Steve McQueen, my gay style icon.
Mc Queen! Sport exhaust computer-tuned to match the sound of the car in the original film.
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Only a gay car would care that much about such a subtle aspect of its rear end: it's the anal bleaching of the automotive world. Visit him at www. e-mail address.