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so it sounds like they just need to move back and forth on them taillights and we'll all be set with our replacement models. I've been waiting for them to get rid of the angled lights, but i like the sequencing during signal changes...my 2005 is still running strong with only 184k miles so i can wait for the new lights!
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One thing I DID notice in those spy shots is the lack of that horrible plastic that goes around the bottom and back of the car. Look behind the rear wheel and you'll see that it's painted, like the '05-'09's, with a lower diffuser like the '05-'09 Shelby's. If that is true, then I still have hope Ford can get the *** right.
Roush Stage 1 #0007
Roush after-cat exhaust
19x9/19x10 silver AMR wheels with Mickey Thompson Street Radials
Fully optioned with red interior.
Nascar is using the Mustang now so they have to keep the aero in mind thus restyling of the front & back of the car.
Nothing makes me happyer than to see a bunch of Mustangs racing & beating the other brands, just my .02, Gigger
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