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Added 11/1/20 order guide to the first post which includes a few corrections/revisions
Disregard: I didn't look far enough back. Thanks -- I don't see an 11/1 version. Both show 10/14 for the date? What am I missing?





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Disregard: I didn't look far enough back. Thanks -- I don't see an 11/1 version. Both show 10/14 for the date? What am I missing?
Page 1 top left corner.
 

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Any idea if the price is going up for 2021?

I am wondering if I should get a clearout 2020 base GT or wait for 2021.
 

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Any idea if the price is going up for 2021?

I am wondering if I should get a clearout 2020 base GT or wait for 2021.
Somebody, somewhere, posted this already. Prices are going up slightly but this takes into account Co-Pilot 360 as standard equipment.
 

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I am wondering if I should get a clearout 2020 base GT or wait for 2021.
always buy an outgoing MY when the rebates and discounts are the fattest. Should be able to get at least 20% off MSRP.

When I bought MY19 in Feb of '19 it was already 15% off, so didn't need to resort to MY18 leftover to get a proper price.
 
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Past two Fords (SHO and Mustang GT Premium) were certified pre-owned (both in the hands of Ford!) which I have been completely satisfied with. But for the Mach 1, not knowing how many they'll make and not wanting to settle for what comes into the CPO market, I placed my order.
 

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always buy an outgoing MY when the rebates and discounts are the fattest. Should be able to get at least 20% off MSRP.

When I bought MY19 in Feb of '19 it was already 15% off, so didn't need to resort to MY18 leftover to get a proper price.
Factory Order can get so low price?
 

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Thanks for the update! Are there any pictures of the new black accent package 19x8.5 wheels?
 

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do you just hate performance? 9.5 up front minimum and 10 is more like it.
I'm not going to take it to the track anytime soon so I want the appearance over pp1. Plus, I get dealer pricing on third party rims and tires so I'm not too worried about changing them when I want or need too for various purposes
 

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Hi folks, I'm a little new to the option picking, as my only Mustang was a pre-owned GT Convertible. Now it's lost in a bad accident involving a mountain lion, so I'm thinking of buying a new Mustang. (As soon as 2021 order banks are open.)

My main question so far is how helpful is MagneRide? We don't go track (at least, not yet) but often drive highways for a long time, sometimes in difficult conditions (night/rain/snow.) We also go country and rural roads, occasionally. (Yes, I know a SUV would do better for that. But I'm not quite ready for having multiple cars.)

I'm not an expert, but MagneRide sounds like something useful and enhancing driver comfort even under normal conditions. My main concern is it requires GT Performance Package. Which is fine, too. (I'm not against throwing some extra cash on cool stuff.)

But it seems like this package is mutually exclusive with mini spare wheel, which is something I'd rather have. Moreover, the package comes with summer-only tires, which I'm afraid are not suitable for us in WA. So, what should I chose?

Also, why does the performance package remove the spoiler on Convertible? I mean, if spoiler is bad for performance, why bother installing it by default? Does not make any sense to me. (But once again, I'm a novice, so my questions might be stupid.)
 
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