I've done some searching, read through a lot of posts, and even looked on a couple vendor websites without a ton of luck. I'm wondering if anyone can help me with a GT 350 install for a digital dash cluster. What parts / buttons for the steering wheel need to be specific? I know the GT 350 has...
Here is a white 2019 GT-350 with the comfy seats for about 8k off sticker in Minnesota. I live about 20 miles from here.
No doubt and well said. I'm glad I've owned different cars in my life. Over time I'm sure I will own different ones and enjoy them too. Someday I'd like to own a C8 Corvette, but right now the GT 350 is the way to go.
I couldn't agree more.
I had SO much fun in my GTs that I never considered the extra 15k was worth a GT 350 (plus at the time I couldn't afford it even if I wanted to). Now that I drove one....the games over. I'm buying on.
I 100% agree with the fact that Ecoboost and GT mustangs are great cars as well. Not disputing that. I've owned 3 GTs in the past for a reason!
After driving the 350 though, I've just realized that if I'm lucky enough to be able to afford one it only makes sense to do it. Sure you can do some...
I definitely understand the cost difference for a GT 350 and a GT as I've had a few GTs in my lifetime. I plan on tracking my GT 350 once a year, maybe twice, but after test driving it I don't think daily driving it will be any problem at all. With magneride I actually felt the ride quality was...
I've had a Mustang GT since 2013 when I bought a 2011 Mustang. I have since owned 2 different 2015 GTs, but haven't owned one since selling my last GT the day I bought my wife's engagement ring a couple of years ago.
I've recently been looking to get back into a GT so I was pricing some out and...
For Sale is my 2015 Mustang GT Premium
401a (blindspot, traffic sensors, shaker audio)
Steeda Jacking Rails
Steeda clutch assist spring
Corsa Sport catback
30% (I think) tint
I grew up in Ankeny, very close to Ames. My dad has worked in Ames for 35+ years and I've owned 3 Mustangs (although haven't purchased any from Ames Ford). I know this dealership very well after shopping for a few cars in Ames and would also reflect what you're saying that they are a quality...
You're probably right, but this is like me going out and buying a pedal bike. I don't buy a cheap one because I'm going to get in shape and ride it every day, right? I use it once and never use it again. Now that $600 bike sits in my garage.
I'd love to see how much this actually gets...
As soon as an aftermarket active exhaust comes out the people who purchased this option are going to cry because they'll feel the need to pony up more dollars to replace something they already spent $900 on. I guarantee the aftermarket will have an exhaust with quiet mode as well...
I think that's a perfect reason. I'm just talking about the people who are ultimately going to swap it out anyways. If you like the AE sound note and functionality, perfect. If you like something like say, Corsa, better, then save yourself money and just get that.