The next big thing.
When I traded my 13 Mustang GT Brembo for my 19 GT PP2, a friend of mine told me not to do it. On this point he was right, he said there would always be some improvement every model year or generation to get you to trade your current car for the next big improvement.
Okay, the 2024 Mustang is just ho hum for me, but it's not the first new Mustang to get that reaction from me. It took the 69 Mach 1 before I really liked the Mustang.
I'm with SINBUSTER007 on the interior.
Now, the Dark Horse series is very interesting, but I'm afraid they're made of unobtainium.
Oh, I'm not knocking your 69, and it's obviously fast and powerful, and I'd love to have one, but the difference in handling between the 69 and 21 is obvious.
It's like this, if I flew F-16's for a living, I'd still want to own a P-51. Your 69 Mach 1 is the P-51
If there is any difference between the GT deck spoiler and the PP2, I can't tell it.
I will say this, the other day I got my PP2 really dusty after mowing the yard. I saw I could just blow on the dust and it came off. Instead of washing or blowing it off with a leaf blower, I decided to blow it...
Bias here, but you can tell the difference between the different settings, and it makes a difference. My wife who has several health issues, likes riding in my PP2 when it is in normal mode, but I don't think she could last long in sport mode, which is where I like it most of the time. To me...
Have you tried talking to someone at Ford Performance?
I checked into the Ford Performance Magnaride Handling Pack which includes front and rear sway bars, front and rear springs which lowers the car about 3/4 of an inch, and a module or tuner for the PP1/Bullet Mustangs. The module was not...
Actually, I like car shows. I've just never had either the time or notification to go to any of the shows. I just stumble across them. I've been surprised by what shows up at some of the local shows. Some really nice cars out there.