Meh... it won’t be a GT350R, and that you can bet the bank on. If it were it’d have some CF goodies.That’s my point, we don’t know yet. It could be a Bullitt or it could be a GT350R.
Since when does a car need to be special for a dealer to add ADM?
Seriously though, this Mach 1 is obviously not a car you would have an interest in. But there will be thousands of people that will find it special enough to buy it. Some will pay MSRP, some ADM, and some below MSRP.
Unlike you labeled me though, I have a tremendous amount of interest in the Mach 1 for two reasons:
1) Ford’s success (Ford’s success even at the sub-Shelby level keeps interests at the board-level functions to promote heritage packages such as the Bullitt, Mach 1, etc),
2) this platform is an indicator of how Ford is setting up the future for the S650. The Mach 1 is filling a gap at an obviously lower cost than to:
a) keep the GT350 going,
b) bring out a whole new radical package at the end of the life-cycle of the S550 platform.
In other words, what’s coming in the S650 is likely going to be much more impressive than that of the outgoing sub-Shelby top-tier Mustang lineup. That’s what happened with the 2012-13 Boss 302’s as the S550 was immediately a more performance-oriented car than the outgoing top-tier, sub-Shelby Mustang.