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I get what they’re saying with the whole “darker colors” line, because with the old logo, the rear decklid just looked like a blank decklid, but the new one actually stands out on it. But seeing the video of the race red car, it definitely stands out on the fenders too





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I’m also VERY happy with the grille change. That’s been one of my complaints about EVERY 2018+ Mustang was that the upper grille was gloss black while the lower was matte. I hated it so much that I actually painted the lower grille on my 2018 to match the upper
 

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Be nice to see photos of the new Mach I emblem on the deck lid.
 

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They could also have put turn signals in the hood like my 2016 has. It is gimmicky but Ford put it in that year only.
 

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I like to disassemble things.
Me neither. The GT350 I had that I sold for my GT500. I used a blank decklid panel from FP.

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Be nice to see photos of the new Mach I emblem on the deck lid.
Here’s another. Not the best resolution, but you get the idea
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Me neither. The GT350 I had that I sold for my GT500. I used a blank decklid panel from FP.

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I still have mine. I may just take it to Iowa when I p/u the Mach 1
 

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They could also have put turn signals in the hood like my 2016 has. It is gimmicky but Ford put it in that year only.
I really liked that on my '16. But you could only see the one on the driver side
 

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Lower grill portion big improvement. Decals changes negligible. Badges...mhmm...I prefer black or no badges but I can see why a lot of people want them to stand out/the car be noticed as a Mach 1.
 

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With mine having the appearance pkg, I can see that going back to midnight fueling is going to be a must do. In retrospect, I should have stayed with black.
 

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