'22 California Special getting some changes

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Mustangs haven’t had functional side scoops in over 40 years I doubt they are going to start now. 👍
Not true, the early SN95 (1994 & 1995 models) had functional side scoops.

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They could add Brembo brakes as standard on the CS. After all, they included 3:55 gearing on the 2021 auto models.
 

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"Mustangs haven’t had functional side scoops in over 40 years. I doubt they are going to start now." 👍
And never on convertibles. Even the four (4) [original] GT350 convertibles built at Shelby American during the 1966 model year had non-functioning side scoops.
 

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Honestly, I've got no qualms with them using up spare Bullitt parts. I like the bullitt grille(s) more than the normal and CS grilles, anyway. Even planned to swap to them.

May just be a '22 GT/CS in my future, if I can't feasibly get my hands on a Mach 1...
 

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The wheels, although look like the Bullitt wheels, appear to be gray instead of the black like the Bullitt have. So, I'm thinking if they are gray, they might be a nice swap for the black Bullitt's keeping with the actual retro vibe!
 

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It could be anything, maybe a new special edition like the ice white thing.
 

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"The wheels, altho they look like Bullitt wheels, appear to be gray instead of the black like the Bullitt has. So, I'm thinking if they are grey, they might be a nice swap for the black Bullitt's keeping w/the actual retro vibe!"
Ford did the same thing w/the PP2 wheels. They are "Dark Tarnish" when sold w/the PP2 package, but "Matte Black" when the same wheel is purchased thru Ford Performance Parts. :facepalm:
 

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I wonder if this were the 22 GT/CS and they retain that lower grill for those who opt for ACC? I get mixed answers on it not working with ACC
 
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