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OCT 25, 2017 | FORD PERFORMANCE STAFF

MUSTANG PURCHASE LEADS TO FULL MUSTANG LIFESTYLE FOR DAN HEAGY

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DEARBORN - When you buy a Ford Mustang, you’re buying much more than just a car – you’re buying a ticket into a whole enthusiast lifestyle that revolves around Mustang ownership. And that’s exactly what happened to Dan and Deb Heagy after they purchased a Mustang GT back in 1998. To hear how they became even more involved in the Mustang club world after their ’88 was totaled and they bought a 2004 GT, check out Dan’s email note to us below:

“HI, Ford Performance! When we got our 1998 Mustang GT, we became members of our local Mustang club and enjoyed being a part of the hobby. We bought our 2004 Mustang GT after our 1998 Mustang GT was totaled, and have become even more active. We attended the Mustang 40th Anniversary show and also the 45th Anniversary event in Birmingham, Alabama. That is where this track picture was taken. We are currently active members of the Red Mustang Registry on Facebook, and have been members of the Mustang club of Maryland since 1998.”

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