2018’s on the lots

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I want someone to get one of these first production models and disassemble it to see everything that is different, just like a new iPhone, just more expensive.





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wow, I guess I am slow. I didn't realize the '18 GT350 aren't changing over to the new style, very interesting.
 

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Woot, now put some amazing incentives on the 2017s, so I can use my zplan and consider trading in for a 2017 GT!
 

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blows my mind ford dragging their feet on the instrumented tests by the press and magazines and also where the hell is the next GT500?!!
 

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Yes. The smart people didn't but some did especially the 50th LE's. Remember the builds took longer and the anticipation was crazy. The 15's when the first came out were as hot a Kate Upton in a thong.
Now that's a nice image.
 

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This is a Mustang, people. If anyone pays ADM they're an idiot! If anyone even pays MSRP for a Mustang they're an idiot. This is an expensive car now. Wait a month or two and you'll save a a few thousand. Wait a year and you'll save 5k.
Just buy a Canadian car. Msrp is already 5000cnd lower than a usa equivalent (base gt with pp1). Throw in xplan and you'll come out our in good shape.
 

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Just buy a Canadian car. Msrp is already 5000cnd lower than a usa equivalent (base gt with pp1). Throw in xplan and you'll come out our in good shape.
Does the Canadian warranty pay for a tow from Texas back to Canada for service if it breaks down?
 

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A lot of listings I'm seeing are including a "dealer discount", $36k offer for a $40k msrp just released vehicle is a pretty good deal:
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I want someone to get one of these first production models and disassemble it to see everything that is different, just like a new iPhone, just more expensive.
I would watch this YouTube channel.
 

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$28k and you're still stuck with those dinky 17" wheels? C'mon Ford.
$28K is chump change for a car these days, very low end price wise.

So yes, for $28K, you get 17" wheels. And there's nothing wrong with 17" wheels for the person shopping at the bottom end of the vehicle market.
 

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$28K is chump change for a car these days, very low end price wise.

So yes, for $28K, you get 17" wheels. And there's nothing wrong with 17" wheels for the person shopping at the bottom end of the vehicle market.
Those 17s are not a good look on the S550 though. The last gen's 17s would actually look quite a bit better than what they've had this one.
 

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$28K is chump change for a car these days, very low end price wise.

So yes, for $28K, you get 17" wheels. And there's nothing wrong with 17" wheels for the person shopping at the bottom end of the vehicle market.
I don't disagree with you, I just think those particular 17s look very good. I think the design makes them appear even smaller than they are and they are reminiscent of economy car wheels. As much as I hate to admit it, I think GM did a better job with the base wheels for both the 5th and 6th gen Camaros. I kinda liked the black steelies.
 

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A lot of listings I'm seeing are including a "dealer discount", $36k offer for a $40k msrp just released vehicle is a pretty good deal:
I guarantee that dealer discount is some bullshit they'll explain to you when you get there.
 

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