Mustang Girl Monday: Taylor Morris
Taylor Morris’s 1967 and 2014 Mustangs keep her from driving a Chevy
It's the first Mustang Girl Monday of 2019 and we figured we'd go out with a bang! And what's better than one Mustang? Two of course. Taylor Morris has the best of both worlds with both an old and new Mustang and her passion for her vehicles runs deep.
She shares with us her Mustang story saying, "I grew up around cars. My parents are big car enthusiasts and I would always go to shows with them and watch restoration shows on TV. At the age of 15 I got my first car, which was a grey 2014 coupe. I fell deeply in love with her to the point where I obsess over my car and any other Mustang I see. I was 18 when I found my red 1967 coupe. I looked for over a year and found my dream classic one day when I was home from college. In my eyes, it was destiny."
"I love Mustangs because they're classic American muscle. I love all American cars but Fords hold a special place in my heart. I love Ford and would never drive a Chevy—I feel like it would be cheating on my Mustangs. I love having a modern and a classic Mustang and truly appreciate both styles of cars. I joined a Mustang car club called the San Gabriel Valley Mustang Club in California when I was 16 and am the youngest member in the club. I love reading and watching videos about Mustangs. My room is full of Mustang posters and decor. I am currently in the process of upgrading my 1967 with some more horsepower. The license plate on my 2014 is TAYPONY, short for Taylor's Pony which became my nickname all throughout high school. I plan to only drive Fords and Mustangs for the rest of my life and want to collect a Mustang from every generation. I would love to pass my cars down when I have children one day, and their names would be Shelby and Ford."
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