The green window stickers are just special order (retail order) cars. Any Mustang that's a retail order gets that color. The blue ones are for the stock orders for a dealership lot. I am jealous of the Bullitt logo that seems to be Canadian-only for now.
Perhaps it is an"Export" thing than. Even though the engines are built in Canada, the cars themselves are assembled in the US and exported to all other markets.no I have the same for France;)
Interesting catch Brett.I notice on the European ones say 3.55 Ratio Limited slip...not 3.73....
is that a typo or correct....
Interesting catch Brett.
It is listed under "Options", so our European friends may be able to fill us in on if this is accurate and an optional choice.
Having driven quite a few thousand miles in Europe on many occasions (will likely be doing about 2,500-3,000 miles through Italy this year), I can attest to the preference for high-end gearing vs low-end. Not much stop light stuff, but plenty of runs well into the triple-digits might reward a 3.55, but not having run those ratios with that car, I don't know one way or the other.
I also put in another car's vin which I got from a window sticker posted here and etis had nothing to show for it either and yet his is showing on cotus.Etis hasn't worked in a couple years from what I understand. All information is coming from either cotus or Ford performance chat.
There are some export cars in COTUS.I also put in another car's vin which I got from a window sticker posted here and etis had nothing to show for it either and yet his is showing on cotus.
I am not sure though if cotus has ever handled export cars, I don't think it did when my GT was being built in 2015.
Ford HQ are obviously still disciples of the mushroom school of management