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I should have added ...SEE MY POST ON PAGE 11 under the 2005 mustang times thread,,,,I have some round about prices I posted....the 05 mustang will go thru the same transition as the 04 F-150...</P>
The 2003 F-150 extended cab 4x2 XLT prices $26,500-$30,200</P>
The 2004 F-150 extended cab 4x2 XLT prices $26,750-$30,450</P>
As you can see there is not much difference in price....AND IF YOU DO NOT BELIEVE ME GO TO YOUR NEAREST FORD DEALER......</P>
Keep in mind that the F-150 is Ford's bread and butter. No other single vehicle by any manufacturer comes close to selling as many as the F-150. They can spread the tooling costs across a much, much larger customer base than they will be able to with the Mustang. The F-150 was also plagued with being the feminine truck since the big three redesigned. Ford wanted and had to do something to change that and come back with a truck that looked 'Ford Tough'</P>
Just some news from FORD (horse's mouth). <just go to there site</P>
wwwsvt ford com / flash / index html <---- "There is no intent for production for the BOSS mustang." "There is no intention of production of the Cobra CJR" <that's the6.1L Cobra R> <IMG src=smileys/smiley6.gif border="0"></P>
The regular Cobra will probably be produced however.<IMG src=smileys/smiley17.gif border="0"></P>
that BOSS or 6.1L would have been great. Still 2 more years for that, they may change their mind. (hey, I can hope can't I?) <IMG src=smileys/smiley4.gif border="0"></P>
Don't count on it ford is too confused to what they are doing these days took forever to get the t-bird produced for the masses and now they say it will no longer be built. Thats ok it sucks to work on. what a waste of money that went into that project. The new 2004 f150 just worked on one this weeek they are nice but damm the price is up there. The dash looks good I like the chrome gauges.The new boss is just a dream for us mustang lovers ford has lost what it takes to build a car like that for the public
i think the 05 mustang is hott, but it kinda has a importish look to it. ford has made alot of mistakes in the past lets just hope they don't kill the stang like they almost did years ago. <edited><editID>davis83</editID><editDate>37915.4998148148</editDate></edited>
I read in the Dec. 03 Car Craft mag. that ford is building an all new aluminum 3.5L DOHC 24-valve Duratec 35 V-6. Its rumored that it will be installed in Jaguars , F150s, and the base mustang. It said expect high-torque versions for truck use to make 240 hp, while versions tuned for car use could hump out as much as 270 hp. This could result in a V-6 Mustang thats quicker than most of the V-8 Mustangs that have been built since 1964. Looks like i will be putting more hop-ups ons, and if i get beat by a V-6 i will trade it in. </P>
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