2020 mustang or left over

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    So after 2 years in a f150 I no longer have a need for a truck and am looking at mustangs again.

    a 20 mustang lime green with 401a is like 42 with x plan which seems so high for a mustang . Only new thing I see is rev matching

    Am I better off getting a 19 and wrapping it green if that’s what I want?

    buying after Chicago winter
     
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    Now is the time to buy. They're giving them away.
     
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    You're not going to save money with a wrap. If you need the green, buy the new one. If you want a deal, go for a left over.
     
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    This is my eternal struggle every time I buy a car. I want that discount, but nobody has the color I want. I actually compromised this time. I wanted Lightening Blue with 101A, which nobody within 1000 miles had at the time. Kona Blue, it is.
     
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    Ya the green is a mustang . My last mustangs have been regular colors and I get bored lol

    I don’t really want to buy with winter coming next month . The f150 can get me through winter this year then in April mustang
     
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    The19 has rev matching as well as the one year Need for Green color. 19 will be less where it's pretty much clearance time. Only thing is GT premium with the 401A is 43,125.00 when you build it on the site. Should be able to get one on the lot for much less.
     
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    Ya to me it’s just a matter of how much cheaper the 19 could potentially be. And while I know now is a good time to buy I don’t want to run out and buy winter tires . Rather let the truck do it’s job and I can save more for March or April

    if I can get a 19 gt 401a grey for 37ish I would rock that color and wrap it . But that lime green is sick to me . Has been my fav dodge color (sublime green)
     
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    If the financial means anything to you, you buy now. They're doing 0% financing, and super cheap prices on Mustangs right now. Just buy it and stick it in the garage, and drive it on nice days. You'll always have your trunk for the bad weather.

    You will spend a ton more $$ buying next spring.
     
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    My truck is being trading in is the point lol I no longer have use for it nor do I ever own two vehicles .
     
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    Well then the Mustang gets driven in the winter earlier.....no biggie. And the money you'll save will buy your snow tires a few times over.

    But, it's your call.
     
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    IM not sure where you live but wrapping a car is not cheap not for a good job. you are looking at 5 to 7 k and even then wraps don't last forever they start coming off after 3 to 4 years. Some wraps even say do not leave on longer than 3 years. I would say get new and get color you want.
     
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    2k for a wrap since I know some people .
     
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    Well that is acceptable. Well whatever you do I hope you enjoy.
     
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    5-7k is pretty excessive for a normal color.

    Most places I've seen will do a quality job for 3-4k.
     
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    Yeah im at high end. But im talking top tier wrap and they take car apart to wrap correctly not just cut to fit. Guy i have parts wrapped by does collector cars, and super cars. When he's done you would be hard pressed to find edges on the wrap.
     
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