This story from USA Today has been everywhere. I heard the talk radio guys yapping about it this morning and everyone seems to be high on the beautiful new Mustang design. Some dealerships have already sold a number of the new ponies before anyone's test driven them. That's pretty insane but the loyalty the 'Stang generates is long heralded. It'll be interesting to see how many of these are sold. I'm surprised the pricing hasn't been announced as well. At the car show in February of last year it seemed more definite then it is now. The V6 for around $20,000? That sounds too high for the bare bones Mustang. The GT with 300 hp at $26,000 sounds juuuuust right.
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