Here's the 2021 Mach 1!!

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I hear that the official reveal (in person) is to be in Tulsa on Thursday at 7 p.m. (46th Mid America For and Shelby Nationals).
 

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Here we go again - the automatic version doesn't get all the goodies. It's the standard Ford middle finger to the automatic crowd.

"The Handling Package, which is available only with the manual transmission, adds a large front spoiler, extra spats at the wheel arches and a Gurney flap on the rear spoiler."

RE: wheels and tires: "The Handling package gets a different set that are an inch wider, going from 9.5 inches to 10.5 inches at the front, and from 10 to 11 inches at the rear."
 

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In the picture the white Mach 1 has 315/30/19's on the back & 305/35/19's on the front!!! Wow!
 

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Was hoping for the 7 speed from the GT500. Love the white and the new front fascia.
 

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In the picture the white Mach 1 has 315/30/19's on the back & 305/35/19's on the front!!! Wow!
And what does the A10 version have? The same lame 255 / 275 setup found on the regular GT performance pack and Bullit??
 

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And what does the A10 version have? The same lame 255 / 275 setup found on the regular GT performance pack and Bullit??
I feel conflicted by your dilemma. On one hand I feel like slushbox drivers should be offered the same goodies. On the other, I think that Ford still has enthusiasts running the show and the Mach 1 clearly is an ode to manual cars.
 

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I feel conflicted by your dilemma. On one hand I feel like slushbox drivers should be offered the same goodies. On the other, I think that Ford still has enthusiasts running the show and the Mach 1 clearly is an ode to manual cars.
If they really had enthusiasts and wanted a track capable car they would have given it the 7-speed from the GT500 or the Tremec from the GT350 as drive train options.
 

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The DCT would have bumped the price point way up.
 

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If they really had enthusiasts and wanted a track capable car they would have given it the 7-speed from the GT500 or the Tremec from the GT350 as drive train options.
Mach 1 has the same 3160 from the GT350. And no way could they stuff the Tremec DCT in it without having to bump the price at least 5k.
 

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My old ‘69 with the 390, toploader, and shaker. I’m kinda liking this new Mach 1 and might need to get in line.
 

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