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Commonly Used
ACRONYMS
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A Code - A 4 barrell 289 Mustang
AFAIK - As far as I know
AOD - Automatic Overdrive Transmission
A/T - Automatic Transmission
BDB - MustangSteve's Annual Birthday Bash
BFH - A rather large hammer
BTW - By The Way
C Code - A 2 barrell 289 Mustang
FYI - For Your Information
IIABDFI - If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It (variation...ABDFI )
IIRC - If I recall correctly
IMHO - In my humble opinion
JMO - Just my opinion
K Code - A 289 High Performance (Hipo) Mustang
LOL - Laughing Out Loud
M/T - Manual transmission
N/M - No Message... Just read the title
P/B - Power Brakes
POS - Previous Owner Syndrome (sometimes means something
else, but either way is usually a result of previous owner's
inadequate or inappropriate repairs or mods.)
P/S - Power Steering
ROFL - Really Laughing
ROFLMAO - Really, Really Laughing
T5 - Five Speed manual transmission, typically 87-93 vintage
T Code - A six cylinder Mustang
TPNP - This Post Needs Pictures
WYAI - While You Are At It
WYAIT - While You Are In There

And, of course...
ACTUALLY... means the writer believes you
are in error, and you are about to be set straight!

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And I will add them.
Remember, If you type in ALL CAPS, it gives
the appearance that you are YELLING..
(Unless you are BILLY WALTON)
Posted by Moe on 1/13/2006, 1:50 pm, in reply to
Yeah, But can anyone use all those acronyms in one post?

The T Code, A Code, C Code and K Code, AFAIK, could be equipped with A/T, although, IIRC, some had M/T. FYI,
AOD retrofits all codes even without using a BFH. BTW (IMHO), a T5 will work as well, but if you get the wrong one and
it breaks during a burnout, you will see me ROFLMAO.
Some say the hobby is all about barrells of fun (BEG), some say it’s about what you want; P/B, P/S, even - LOL -
A/C. Actually, what it really comes down to, JMO, is IIABDFI. And when it is broke, there will always be tons of POS WYAI
things you’ll find WYAIT, especially when $$ are short (ROFL).

But the REALLY important thing that EVERYONE who ventures into this hobby will soon know is the Sacred Law of
Guru MustangSteve – “Any automotive repair or restoration will take twice as long and cost twice as much as
originally planned, even after careful prior consideration of MustangSteve's LAW�.

May the Horse be with you – always.
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