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Ford Mustang, Coupe
#1196 of 2924 Re: DARK HIGHLAND GREEN ???? [cigarmanblue]
Jun 16, 2005 (9:01 am)
Dark Highland Green was used exclusively by Ford on the 2001 Mustang "Bullitt" Special Edition. Ford has used DHG on trucks, but never yet on another car. I also have that stripepainter on my computer, and I've seen the DHG color in there. Neither the Ford site for Canada or the US lists DHG as a current color. To my knowledge it is not available from Ford at this time. As an owner of a DHG Bullitt myself, I hope they stick to their word and do not offer it on any cars.
#1197 of 2924 Re: DARK HIGHLAND GREEN ???? [cigarmanblue]
Jun 16, 2005 (12:19 pm)
DHG should not be there at all. It's not offered now and won't be for MY06 either.
#1198 of 2924 Re: Three Grand Lighter [sonicblucrisis]
Jun 16, 2005 (1:28 pm)
More power to ya if you can get this beginning of July........I' ve had my order in since mid March and still don't have any info on my Mustang GT Coupe.
Jun 16, 2005 (4:47 pm)
If you guys weren't quite so picky, you'd be driving by now. GTs do hit the ground from time to time, you just have to grab them when they do and be just a tad flexible on some things. My niece ordered a black GT. While she was waiting for hers to come in, (and it was late, of course), another black GT turned up at a different dealership that wasn't exactly like she ordered, actually it was optioned up a little more than hers was, but she grabbed it anyway and she's been driving now for weeks, happy!
#1200 of 2924 Re: Gee..... [nvbanker]
Jun 17, 2005 (6:25 am)
Did she pay over sticker price ?
#1201 of 2924 Re: Gee..... [nvbanker]
Jun 17, 2005 (1:48 pm)
I actually have been somewhat picky as this would be the one and only time that I have specially ordered a car as I usually would buy cars off the lots. Nearing retirement, I just wanted to get my "muscle" car that I never had growing up.(And yes, it is a V8 with a std. shift) After getting this "sports" car that can fit two sets of golf clubs and a little luggage, we will probably be looking at the Crown Vic as our final charriot years from now
Jun 17, 2005 (6:34 pm)
nvbanker, you're absolutely right! Picky I am, and picky I can choose to be. this car is, for me, a pleasure vehicle, not a necessity, and I can afford to wait for excactly what I want. Also, you are right about an occasional GT showing up. one last week on my dealers lot, a cancelled order ; Mineral grey, Manual, Charcoal interior, and black vert top. Actually lasted on the lot for three days, I think My salesman called me and asked if I was interested, but I'm rolling the dice for that Sonic Blue Vert
Jun 17, 2005 (7:05 pm)
detailz, we're all entitled to at least one mid-life crisis car, eh?
#1204 of 2924 Re: Gee..... [sonicblucrisis]
Jun 17, 2005 (8:38 pm)
More than one, I hope...
#1205 of 2924 Re: Gee..... [cigarmanblue]
Jun 18, 2005 (2:11 pm)
No, she didn't have to pay over sticker, and in fact, got an X-plan deal on it which she didn't have on the one she ordered.