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  1. What were the ADMs on Last GT500??

    It's regional. A local to me dealer sold a 350R for $115k. A GT500 can easily sell for north of $125k here.
  2. How many have now upgraded from a 2015-2017 to a 2018/19?

    Still too early to trade in. I'll wait for the 2021 model or so before I decide on upgrading.
  3. Performance pack spoiler

    Just buy the Performance Package and then buy new wheels that you like.
  4. 2018 GT: to PP or not to PP

    Get the PP.
  5. OE Trunk Mat

    My Lloyd's has the 5.0 badge, also stitched. Carpeted trunk mats are definitely the way to go if you don't throw super dirty shit in your trunk all the time. The extra friction that carpet mats give stops things from sliding around so easily in the back. The Lloyd's mat is worth every cent.
  6. Remain Stock?

    The 15-17 definitely need a catback exhaust. The 18 active exhaust mostly fixes the issue, so it can be left stock. As long as you have the Performance Package, and either an aftermarket exhaust or the active exhaust, you can definitely leave the car stock.
  7. Neighbors, coworkers, family after buying a new car...

    People don't understand why you like cars. To most people, cars are nothing more than an appliance. Just like a dishwasher or a refrigerator. Cars serve only one purpose and that is to get them from point A to point B. To these people, you are buying a new refrigerator every single year...
  8. Clutchless shift M6 2018 GT

    I tried using no-lift shift and my brain didn't allow it. Haven't tried it since.
  9. Stay With Present Car or buy GT?

    At least get a Grand Sport. It's a massive upgrade over the Stingray.
  10. Need advice - potential '18 GT buyer

    Get a Civic Si or something. What you are looking for won't be found in a GT.
  11. April 2018 Mustang Sales

    The Camaro needs a complete redesign. Make it better for DD'ing and make it a bit cheaper and it will sell very well.
  12. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    http://autoweek.com/article/rumormill/2019-ford-focus-st-will-use-23-liter-ecoboost-four-after-all-report-says
  13. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    Here is the future of vehicles in America, which is apparently what the mainstream consumer wants. Don't worry about the MPG though, bro! It's a hybrid! Just think how easy it will be to find a parking space in the Costco parking lot in one of these! You can scan the entire parking lot...
  14. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    I'm hoping that this is just a short 2nd coming of the SUV fad that we had from about 1997 until the recession. Remember when SUVs kept getting bigger and bigger and selling stupidly well, when Ford finally capped off the stupidity of the situation with the Excursion? But I'm less hopeful in...
  15. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    I was really looking forward to the next gen Focus RS. A 400hp hot hatch with the dampening issue fixed. Even the next Focus ST with the 2.3L ecoboost would have been a ton of fun on a budget.
  16. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    Ford is probably too scared of the pushback to discontinue it. I'm sure they would love to axe the Mustang if they could. Instead the S550 will live on for who knows how long with, more than likely, very little innovation. Just slap in a hybrid engine in a couple years and sit back as Ford...
  17. Ford Axing all cars except Mustang and Focus Active Crossover in North America

    Yep. I will probably sell my '17 and buy the very last year of the V8 GT, whenever that is.
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