Mine is a 1992, not sure what the yearly production total was but l recall it being on the low side.They made ~211,000 Mustangs for the 1988 model year. I don't know the production cutoff dates for that model year, but lets assume that was for a full 365 days of production...that's almost 600 mustangs a day.
Are you hiding a second car on us?Found similar writing on this coupe. It’s actually an ‘88 SSP.
I’m trying to avoid dismissing these marks as nothing to pay attention to. We are getting to the point these cars are now classics and numbers like this need to be researched and documented.
or, maybe they are just nonsense
Yep that's the one l have, think you are right as l recall the guys name being Stu Jones.It's not from Marti Auto Works because they know very well that that info (#___ of ___ that day) is not even known by Ford, so they don't know it either and don't put that garbage on their reports. It's probably a 'Stew Jones' report, which isn't available any more.
Below is a sample of what they looked like, from a 1989 model. The below report says the car was the 89th produced out of 92 on May 25th, 1989. The "92" was P40E (5.0L coupe) produced on one day, not 92 total Mustangs produced on one day.