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  1. This is neat All 7th-Gen Ford Mustangs Get 1965-Style Digital Gauges in Free OTA Update
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  2. I doubt it's much... You're just trolling at this point. This is a ridiculous take.
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  3. It looks like they based it on the 5-spoke Cragar wheels used by the Shelby GT350. The '65 Mustang fastback at the Mustang's 60th Anniversary event had them. Though I think the Ford has been giving the Mustang variations of these modern flat 5-spoke muscle-car wheels even before the Camaro returned. 2005 Mustang GT at the 2004 Detroit Auto Show -Motor Trend
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  4. They could have done this on purpose to generate hype to get people talking about it. It's working since we're both talking about it. lol It's said to be a 2025 model year so yeah the teaser would have been more of an actual design rather than a generic look. Is it me or does the roof seem taller and more curvier than the current S650?
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  5. I really can’t wait for the day when ford isn’t the recall leader and quality really improves.
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  6. Of course. Believe it or not, it's fun for me lol. Yeah, I gave up on monthly with other brands, and only assemble the quarterly comparison of the brands for trucks. It'd be too much work otherwise. The production figures above are from Ford's press release though (for some reason Dec 2023 didn't have them, that's why I used Nov).
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  7. 30 day vacation for you. Your trolling has gotten ridiculous.
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  8. Special edition trims can be an end of life thing, or they can be used to celebrate special occasions. Occasions like, oh I don't know, your sports cars's 60th anniversary.
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  9. Mustang releases special edition trim packages all the time. And they almost always do something for significant anniversaries. This (the anniversary package) doesn't mean anything other than one more thing to sell to enthusiasts.
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  10. Good to see that the Mustang will survive another year. But "special edition" trim packages often signal a models "end of life"... Unless Ford comes up with substantially more later today, looks like they're giving up on the Mustang.
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