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GIF via YouTube A Mustang did that thing Mustangs do again. After spinning and endangering a large crowd that thankfully knew to run away at the sight of a Mustang leaving Cars and Coffee, the driver emerged from the vehicle, waving either to let said crowd know he was OK or to acknowledge that he is, in fact, that guy. Read more...
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