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    Ford Mustang (1st gen) Shooting-brake

    Ford Mustang Shooting Break #1
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    Ick. Not a nice looking ve-hickle.
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    Thats crazy awesome. I like shooting brakes, rarely do I seem to find them looking nasty.

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    The tailgate folds open like an American 'mailbox'...if you're loading something heavy, you're going to 'break' the glass.
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    can someone explain to me whats shooting break?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hec16
    can someone explain to me whats shooting break?
    do some research, men
    http://ultimatecarpage.com/forum/sho...shooting+brake

    http://ultimatecarpage.com/forum/sho...shooting+brake
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    shooting break even
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    That is hideous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaigra
    shooting break even
    i'm pretty certain it's shooting brake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.pestalozzi.net/sb/about_term_2.htm
    Shooting Break was the original (or more correct) term, but is often changed to Brake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Street_Dreamer
    i'm pretty certain it's shooting brake...
    I was always convinced it was Shooting-Brake, but then other people in here were determined it was 'break' when the subject came up the other day. Now I'm just confused.
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    I've been confused about it too, but that website I posted above seems to explain it. Variations occur in written and spoken language, what can you do? *shrugs*
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    The 'Break' version of the word seems to have become defunct now though, replaced by 'Brake' in common usage. All of the Shooting Brakes/Breaks in the hideout are 'Brake' it seems, barring this thread of course...

    http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/forum...earchid=944794
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    I personally think it's Shooting Brake, as even Aston Martin (the daddies) write it like that... if it was an official Aston Martin site I read it on

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    Break indicates a Renault/Peugeot wagon to me
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