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Old 10-29-2012, 07:16 PM   #36
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Reviewed C&D... It is really growing on me. Could be a badass car
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:11 AM   #37
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The concept is nice but seems to be pulling more towards the small sports car section than it is the sexy muscle style of the older models. If they are going to export it they may sell more models that way, but may suffer a decrease of sales in the US.
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:24 PM   #38
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Went to ford today to get stuff replaced on my car and talked to one of the dealers and he said Aston Martin has been helping them out on body styles and the next model for the mustang is going to have a foreign look for the front en and the mustang look from the rear... Mustangs are supposed to be American cars 😔

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Old 11-12-2012, 11:14 PM   #39
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Went to ford today to get stuff replaced on my car and talked to one of the dealers and he said Aston Martin has been helping them out on body styles and the next model for the mustang is going to have a foreign look for the front en and the mustang look from the rear... Mustangs are supposed to be American cars dde14

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That last part was supposed to be a stupid smart phone haha
I completely agree with that point mustangs are classic American muscle and in my opinion they shouldn't change their look to compete In the overseas market.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:20 AM   #40
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I completely agree with that point mustangs are classic American muscle and in my opinion they shouldn't change their look to compete In the overseas market.
Right, make the fusion look like that euro trash. Keep the mustang American.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:15 AM   #41
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Mustangs are supposed to be American cars
How is that going to change? It will be, just with updated styling. If Ford stays put with the car, it's going to die out; they have to keep updating & innovating. As much as I like the styling on my '13, the retro theme has about run its course--now that everyone else has followed Ford there it's time to lead to the next idea.

While there are some aspects of all the renderings that I like, I don't think any of them have really hit it. Since these are all just wild guesses, I'm not too worried.
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How is that going to change? It will be, just with updated styling. If Ford stays put with the car, it's going to die out; they have to keep updating & innovating. As much as I like the styling on my '13, the retro theme has about run its course--now that everyone else has followed Ford there it's time to lead to the next idea.

While there are some aspects of all the renderings that I like, I don't think any of them have really hit it. Since these are all just wild guesses, I'm not too worried.
I agree, I'm not saying it won't look cool or anything I'm just saying what the ford dealer told me they were planning to do, I think it's cool that Aston Martin is helping ford with body styles, I just don't want it to change a lot.. Because that's what sets the difference of a American muscle car and a foreign Audi, BMW.. And so on
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Looks good but it looks more like a mid model refreshening than a new body style
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I agree, I'm not saying it won't look cool or anything I'm just saying what the ford dealer told me they were planning to do, I think it's cool that Aston Martin is helping ford with body styles, I just don't want it to change a lot.. Because that's what sets the difference of a American muscle car and a foreign Audi, BMW.. And so on
It seems they are pulling some Aston Martin flavor in across the entire lineup. Not that I think it's a bad thing--IMHO the current styling language AM uses is sexy. It's also not a surprise, since it started when Ford still owned them so the design departments IIRC had some cross-pollination. I do agree with the general consensus I'm seeing that the new Mustang shouldn't take too much inspiration from the AM styling--it would lose its identity.

Just went to a local Mustang club meeting where there are some folks who apparently have ties direct to Ford. From the little they could say, apparently the styling is done, so anything the internet community says won't make a difference anyway. That and, they are amused by all the wild guesses in the renders we have all been seeing. Just another $0.02 of hearsay...
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If I'm correct the upcoming model with be the 50th anniversary model? They should have some bad *** car bringing back the memories of how they looked when they were first designed when ford started with a **** ton of power under the hood and a sexy new interior.
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If I'm correct the upcoming model with be the 50th anniversary model? They should have some bad *** car bringing back the memories of how they looked when they were first designed when ford started with a **** ton of power under the hood and a sexy new interior.
2014 is anniversary model (every5yrs) next is 2019
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2014 is anniversary model (every5yrs) next is 2019
But car years are released the previous year so mine is 40th anniversary (2004 model) but was released 2003 so 50th should be the 2014 model released in 2013
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But car years are released the previous year so mine is 40th anniversary (2004 model) but was released 2003 so 50th should be the 2014 model released in 2013
They're releasing the 2015 as the 50th on April 17,2014
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They're releasing the 2015 as the 50th on April 17,2015.
That doesn't make sense. It wouldn't be the 50th anniversary then.
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That doesn't make sense. It wouldn't be the 50th anniversary then.
Sorry meant 2014. The original was a half year production on April 17, 1964, then 65 model in the fall. They're doing it almost the same only no half year 2015 model. So the 2015 is released 6 months early.
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Sorry meant 2014. The original was a half year production on April 17, 1964, then 65 model in the fall. They're doing it almost the same only no half year 2015 model. So the 2015 is released 6 months early.
Alright that makes a lot more sense haha no matter what the date is I want it to look sick.
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Does anyone know for fact how the years work? A lot has changed since the 60s. I have read there are 1964 Mustangs, but also read that they are 1965 technically, and just called 1964 or 1964.5. I hope someone can provide a credible source behind it, such as a book or link.
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Does anyone know for fact how the years work? A lot has changed since the 60s. I have read there are 1964 Mustangs, but also read that they are 1965 technically, and just called 1964 or 1964.5. I hope someone can provide a credible source behind it, such as a book or link.
Models are typically produced in 2 production runs. New model for the next year is in the fall and the second is in the spring. The 1964 model did not have a first production year in the fall. It was introduced on April 17, 1964 in the second production run and was called a 1964 1/2. Then in the fall of 1964 the new 1965 models came as they would normally.
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Sorry meant 2014. The original was a half year production on April 17, 1964, then 65 model in the fall. They're doing it almost the same only no half year 2015 model. So the 2015 is released 6 months early.
It was the same in 64. There were only 65 models. 64.5 is myth.
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It was the same in 64. There were only 65 models. 64.5 is myth.
Technically it is a 1965 mustang. But the 1st production in 1964 of mustangs do have some distinctions from the fall version, such as using a generator charging system and instead of the alternator used in the fall. There a few slight differences which is why they are referred to as 1964 1/2.
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Technically it is a 1965 mustang. But the 1st production in 1964 of mustangs do have some distinctions from the fall version, such as using a generator charging system and instead of the alternator used in the fall. There a few slight differences which is why they are referred to as 1964 1/2.
But they are technically 1965? It is not that I do not believe you, but do you have a source?
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But they are technically 1965? It is not that I do not believe you, but do you have a source?
How to Identify a 1964-1/2 Mustang - Mustang Monthly Magazine

Here's one that's easy to view, most books about Mustangs talk about the beginning and the first model.
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2015 stang

To me all the pics i have seen, the new stang is starting to look like a jag.
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Technically it is a 2015... Mustangs are usually revealed around march or april of the previous year (like how 2013 is already out but it's not 2013 yet), the first mustang was released in April, so although it is a 1964, it should be a 1965.
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Technically it is a 2015... Mustangs are usually revealed around march or april of the previous year (like how 2013 is already out but it's not 2013 yet), the first mustang was released in April, so although it is a 1964, it should be a 1965.
March or April? I saw the 2013 Mustang at the 2012 NAIAS in January of 2012. First one on the road was May, I think, at least that I saw. Not official, I just remember seeing them and thinking that I better still find a 12, which I bought in late May.
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I agree I went and got a 12, wasn't crazy about the 13 gt, it looks good on the shelby
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After the 2015 50th anniversary, will they keep the new design for future mustangs considering it will be a concept car or will they go back to the muscle look because I'm looking to buy one this summer but not sure of I should wait for the 2015 or not and don't want to miss the 2014 model or have to buy a used car
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You will have plenty of time to pick between the 2014 with the current styling or the 2015 all-new car. Just like today, you should have plenty of both 2012 and 2013 brand-new cars to pick off the lots.
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Watch they r talking about changing the engines, the gt might get a Turbo v6
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If u like a turbo v6 that's cool but I like the pure power of a v8.
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If u like a turbo v6 that's cool but I like the pure power of a v8.
Twin turbo V8 upgraded cams CAI exhaust headers with just a lil nitrous


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Still speculation & interwebz talk but interesting claims: Ford to build 2014 ½ Mustang for 50th anniversary? | Mustangs Daily

Look especially in the comments from "Mark"
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