Still got mine after 1-week. I was surprised how unwilling they were to negotiate and no Ford rebates/incentives (for V8 Stangs), etc even though gas prices are at record highs - I guess people like me still love internal combustion, rumbling V8s too much to consider switching some golf cart-like hybrid.
Back in 2000, I had to drive 35 miles to work on a 2 lane hiway. I got 30 mph on a regular basis. Haven't really done the hiway thing in a while, but usually get between 20-2 in town. Probably would be better, but I drive her pretty hard.
Yes, I still have mine, but it is not in as good condition as yours. It was one of those that was firmly glued all over to the window, and I tried my best to dissolve the glue, but ended up with a bunch of little pieces.
jesus 11k? We paid about 15k back in the day,we should have paid around $21,293, but my dads friend owned the dealership and my grandpa was a ford engineer, A plan rocks!!!! I still have mine, it says the twotone option was $159.
LOL! It was the cheapest thing I could find, a 5.0 with AC as the only option. Just right for a poor married college student working full time.
And I didn't even pay sticker price. I got a $500 rebate and they inflated my trade several hundred dollars so I would have a 15% or so "down payment" to get the good interest rate back then. $251.75 a month!
I need to get one of the replica stickers made, just haven't had a chance.
I still have both of mine for my 01 Mustang GT and 02 V6 Mustang. They are both stored inside their own individual black zippered square leather case with the owner's manual that Ford gives out to all brand new Ford car buyers.
Somewhere I still have the window sticker from my 79 2.3 turbo car...that was before the 17-digit VIN number and when they only gave one fuel mileage rating...the 79 2.3 turbo hatchback with very few options ended up being like $6,xxx and got 18mpg