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What oil should i use on a 87 mustang gt 5.0 with 80k miles

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My temp gauge stopped working, how can I figure


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You and the other moron with the 87 mustang should confer, Then maybe the two of you would realize you have 2 peices of ****. Those cars ain't worth the little horsey emblem on front. JUNK THEM BOTH. Scrapyard will give you $200.00 for both.

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