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Just booked tickets to SXSW for next year, with a road trip along the Gulf of Mexico afterward! Any car hire tips would be appreciated. Would like to hire a convertible mustang.

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Awesome. That'll be an awesome trip. If you can, go to Franklins in Austin - as long as you don't mind queueing most of the morning.

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Mini yay, but after three and a half weeks, my Dad is home from hospital. He's not out of the woods yet, but the hospital seem to have a better idea of what is causing him his problems so have said he can go home and take a six-week course of varying antibiotics to try and sort it all out. So I imagine he's sat in front of the telly now :)

If you asked him, he'd probably moan about the hospital, doctors, nurses etc, but I can't fault them. All last week, they had an interpreter with him from 9-5, as you could never be certain when a doctor would want to speak to him. Thankfully they varied the interpreters each day as it must be crushingly boring to spend all day with a couple of deaf people you don't know while everyone else on the ward is in a bit of a state.

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That is good news.. Similarly my dad came out of hospital yesterday! I'm off to see him tonight to see how he's coping back at home.


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Awesome. That'll be an awesome trip. If you can, go to Franklins in Austin - as long as you don't mind queueing most of the morning.

I have the number for a guy somewhere that spares the boring bit for a price.


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Prom tickets for Mahler's 2nd Symphony ('The Resurrection') in mid-August got! High up in the gods, but still a seat nonetheless. And the friend I'm going with has got slightly better seats for a Rachminov/Tchaikovsky prom at the end of that month! I'll have to pay the difference in cash or beer...


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Would like to hire a convertible mustang.

I think all the normal car hire places will offer a convertible muscle car category, I wrangled a (hardtop) 'Stang out of Enterprise last time I was in California. [1] But it'll be the baby one, with the 4-cylinder turbo engine, which is likely not what you want [2]. You may need to find a specialist rental place for the V8 Mustang GT.

[1] Which I got for free through some upgrade programme I get to be in through my employer. I showed up with a "midsized" rental price and was told "you can take any car from the Executive aisle." My second choice if I'd missed the last Mustang was an Escalade.
[2] It's still 310 bhp and RWD mind, it was pretty fun to drive, particularly once I found the Sports Plus and Track mode toggles. And it projects a pony on the ground when you open the door: http://imgur.com/tmP9SaQ


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[2] And it projects a pony on the ground when you open the door: http://imgur.com/tmP9SaQ


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DBSnappa wrote:
Would like to hire a convertible mustang.

I think all the normal car hire places will offer a convertible muscle car category, I wrangled a (hardtop) 'Stang out of Enterprise last time I was in California. [1] But it'll be the baby one, with the 4-cylinder turbo engine, which is likely not what you want [2]. You may need to find a specialist rental place for the V8 Mustang GT.

[1] Which I got for free through some upgrade programme I get to be in through my employer. I showed up with a "midsized" rental price and was told "you can take any car from the Executive aisle." My second choice if I'd missed the last Mustang was an Escalade.
[2] It's still 310 bhp and RWD mind, it was pretty fun to drive, particularly once I found the Sports Plus and Track mode toggles. And it projects a pony on the ground when you open the door: http://imgur.com/tmP9SaQ


Thanks for that. I'm going to do more research, but suspect I'll not need a car while we're in Austin, so may do some on the ground searching while we're there for the six days the festival is on.

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