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2015 Ford Mustang order guide released

So that happened.  The 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang came, went, and we are now moving into another generation of pony car.  It all seems a bit too surreal…and happened quite rapidly, given all the build-up.  With offerings like the Ford-installed-but-not-warranted line lock, hot color choices, SVT branding, and some serious performance options, the 2015 Mustang is seriously making waves in only a short time of awareness in the (now global) marketplace.

When it’s finally put to press, given this document was a “leak”, we can expect to see some new platform Mustangs hued in: competition orange, avalanche gray, triple yellow, deep-impact blue, magnetic metallic, race red, black and oxford white.  Additionally, Wimbledon white will also make the cut, paying proper homage to the first color of the 1964 Mustang.  Very well-played, Ford.

There are a whole host of performance and appearance upgrades–more than are worth spewing about right here, only to leave each of you skipping ahead and reading the guide for yourselves.  Now with that being said, here ya go; here is the reportedly valid and accurate 2015 Mustang order guide for your drooling and reading pleasure.

Follow the jump for some real speed car color examples of the new 2015.

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2014 Ford Mustang order guide released

As we near the calendar flip to 2013 and ponder possible changes for the upcoming Ford Mustang, there are a few key points to focus upon…and not get totally excited about.  The 2014 Mustang model will be the last of its current genre, with a complete redesign expected in the 2015 Mustang, which is set to mark the 50th anniversary of America’s favorite pony car.  The Boss 302 will sunset for the 2014 Mustang lineup, as Ford had advised it would be limited to just two years of mass-production.

So, just where does this leave the Mustang fan base on the eve of the 50th edition?  It positions buyers in front of a 2014 Mustang that doesn’t really get a lot of material changes, offerings, or updates.  This is to be expected, frankly, as Ford’s eyes are ever-positioned forward, focused on the 2015 Mustang, presently.  A few options are offered, a couple are abolished, and there is a small handful of new paint colors to choose from.

Keep reading to get a breakdown of the changes, as well as the official order guides for the 2014 Mustang and 2014 Shelby GT500, straight from Ford Motor Company.

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2012 Ford Mustang order guide up for grabs

2012 BOSS Ford Mustang

With 2012 Ford Mustang production set to begin with job #1 on January 18, 2011, Ford isn’t wasting any time letting Mustang fans get a hold of the changes for the new model year.  A few noteworthy adjustments from the 2011 Mustang to the 2012 Mustang are:

  • Addition of new exterior colors: Lava Red Metallic, Competition Orange (BOSS 302 only)
  • Addition of new interior colors: Lava Red, Stone
  • Sun visors with multi-purpose storage
  • Illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Universal garage door opener
  • Selectable effort EPAS with three settings – comfort, normal and sport
  • Reverse sensing system

For all of the specifics surrounding the 2012 Mustang, Mustang GT, and 2012 BOSS Mustang, check out the official Ford documentation below.

Click here for the 2012 Ford Mustang order guide.

Source: MustangHeaven

2011 Ford Mustang configurator now online

Ford Build and Price - 2011 Mustang

We’ve got to keep the 2011 model year excitement up, everyone; the new Mustang will be on the streets before you know it!  The folks at FoMoCo are doing a great job keeping the ball rolling with their recent unwrapping of the 2011 Ford Mustang configurator tool.  This website is designed to handle mock builds and customizations in order to give 2011 Mustang buyers a sense of just how expensive their tastes can be.  Most importantly, each and every option is listed out in fine detail with the associated costs, so there’s no surprises when you take your “build sheet” to your local Ford dealer for ordering.

So have at it, everyone.  Start with either the base model coupe or ‘vert and then pile on the options…just make sure you don’t overextend yourselves; StangNet isn’t going to be there to provide you with any economic stimulus or a bailout!