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Hey all, I'm shopping for a used GT convertible, 2005--2007. Can anyone tell me what the difference is between the deluxe vs the premium packages. I see one listed and then another and honestly, from the pics in the ads and equipment listed, I can't tell the difference! Even more confusing is the fact that there seems to be little, if any, difference in the prices..... What makes a "premium" premium?
Thanks in advance!
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2007 GT 500 Convertible, Alloy Metallic (Certified Pre-production unit)
2005 F-150 SuperCrew
2000 E-250 Regency Conversion (the tow horse)
1982 Fiat Spider (#2 son car)
1973 Jensen Healey (#1 son car, now in sunny CA)
I'm also looking for 05-06-07 GT, the Edmunds comparison doesnt show hardly anything different, am I missing something??
I want a ultra low mileage car that the owner is proud of, oh and auto trans.
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