2021 Mach 1 CONFIRMED in Leaked Ford Document!!!

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    Unfortunately I think Ford is more focused on getting the Bronco, Mach E and the all new F150 back on track I don't think we'll be getting anything on the Mach 1 until late in the year.
     
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    yeah your probably right
     
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    It is also being referred to by Ford as the most track capable non-Shelby. That's saying a lot since they leaned so hard into saying PP2 is not a track car. So assume at least PP2 + cooling and possibly Shelby-esque braking. Tremec 6MT maybe?
     
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    doubt it'll be a 10k premium, maybe 5k. enough to keep it under 60 fully optioned. and all I want is a rebadged PP2 w/ better cooling, as long as I can get it red on red. and give me a NACA/NASA hood!
     
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    From the pictures it looks like maybe 500 esque brakes.

    I guess i was looking for something that included a bit more effort on Ford's part than just grabbing parts from different trims and putting a new package together...
     
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    I am guessing a starting price around where the original base GT350 started (57k).
     
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    maybe I am guessing 53-55k start, 57-59 fully loaded. won't be alot of options, as every performance option should be in the base package, options should basically be auto vs stick, recaros vs standard premiums, stereo grade, and then all the silly dealer add ons (blue tooth speaker, car covers, louvres, first aid kit, etc)
     
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    if it's more expensive than the Bullitt (49-53.5) I think they're going to have a problem. There isn't any reason to charge more really. The tooling and such has been paid off multiple times already.
     
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    there's more stuff in this car than that car though, why shouldn't Ford charge more?
     
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