You all did a nice job executing the easter egg.Thank you, we had a group of four designers for the assemblies,
we were not responsible for the look, we were just responsible for the actual parts.
The look is directed from Ford, It’s their design we just make it
The badge needs to be made more scratch resistant.
That's gotta stand out there.
I like how Mustangs fit in with automotive royalty.If Ford did a convertible based on the orgininal (esp. the size), I'd be out there test driving it.
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Keep it clean, make it an honest interpretation of the original, not just a modern version of the 1970s car. (Geez, not everyone wants a wannabee race replica with farty mufflers.) At the rate they are going, they'll soon catch up to what Chev did with that thing they call a Corvette.
Nevertheless, please substantiate your original statement. Do you have any data or articles to share?
IMO, the 2005 was this century's best looking Mustang. Lighter than today's model as well.
And there's one similar to it for sale.Yup. This is a “GT” in Ford circles.