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Old 4/6/10, 02:59 PM   #1
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2010 production numbers

Now that we gonna have "limited production collector cars" Does anyone know the production totals for the 2010 MY?
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I'd love to know this as well. I've looked into vin decoders and production numbers but I could never find anything concrete.
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Now that we gonna have "limited production collector cars" Does anyone know the production totals for the 2010 MY?
About as limited production and sought after as a 3.9L v6 2004 Mustang
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About as limited production and sought after as a 3.9L v6 2004 Mustang
Hey, I used to have one of those too!
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About as limited production and sought after as a 3.9L v6 2004 Mustang
All comedy aside, is there anyway to find out the production information of the 2010s?


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About as limited production and sought after as a 3.9L v6 2004 Mustang
My neice has a 2003 V6 and its been a dang good car. She of course is not hard on it at all but I cant think of a single thing that has gone wrong with it outside of wear and tear items. She is looking to get a 4 door or some type now and old Uncle chevys has steering her to the new Fusion but her family is pro toyota and honda. I am doing what I can but my family is so pro Yota its not funny.

Not sure on production numbers for 2010 but it wasnt a good year. The new Camaro and pent up demand for the 5 liter hurt sales a lot. Lets hope they pick up this year.
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Sales of the Ford Mustang for March of 2010 were 5,829 compared to 3,711 from March of 2009 showing a 57.1% increase in sales from the previous year. Year to date Mustang sales are 15,691 compared to 9,645 for 2009, which is a 62.7% increase.
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My neice has a 2003 V6 and its been a dang good car. She of course is not hard on it at all but I cant think of a single thing that has gone wrong with it outside of wear and tear items. She is looking to get a 4 door or some type now and old Uncle chevys has steering her to the new Fusion but her family is pro toyota and honda. I am doing what I can but my family is so pro Yota its not funny.
Keep reminding them of the Toyota "unintended acceleration" recalls!
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My neice has a 2003 V6 and its been a dang good car. She of course is not hard on it at all but I cant think of a single thing that has gone wrong with it outside of wear and tear items. She is looking to get a 4 door or some type now and old Uncle chevys has steering her to the new Fusion but her family is pro toyota and honda. I am doing what I can but my family is so pro Yota its not funny.
I've been thinking about trading in my '00 Mustang V6 for a Scion.
It has less than 55,000 miles on the odometer and it's been nothing but trouble. With anti-theft system mostly, the most recent problem was the fuel pump ... which had to be replaced at 50,000 miles.
And the other most recent problem - this week I got less than 150 miles out of entire tank of fuel. WTF? I thought this was a V6 Mustang, not Ford Excursion.

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2010 Shelby GT500 Production totals : 3,545 Coupes / 913 Convertibles = 4,458 cars
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Wasn't Ford supposed to only build 90,000 2010 Mustangs? Wonder if i ever went that high. Just about every car I have looked at on Fords Inventory search shows VIN number much lower than 90,000.
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Wasn't Ford supposed to only build 90,000 2010 Mustangs? Wonder if i ever went that high. Just about every car I have looked at on Fords Inventory search shows VIN number much lower than 90,000.
It probably never reached that point because of it being a transition year for the power train. The new looks brought some buyers in and others when to the Camaro and Challenger.
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Wasn't Ford supposed to only build 90,000 2010 Mustangs? Wonder if i ever went that high. Just about every car I have looked at on Fords Inventory search shows VIN number much lower than 90,000.
That would be a huge improvement over 2009 (~65,000 were sold in 2009).
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That would be a huge improvement over 2009 (~65,000 were sold in 2009).
2009 sales were hurt by the folks waiting for the remodeled 2010 ...
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Ford does itself in by such frequenct changes imo. Keeps people waiting who may say F it and buy another brand.
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2009 sales were hurt by the folks waiting for the remodeled 2010 ...
I hope you're correct.
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Don't forget '09 production also ended early, Dec '08 only about 7 months.
And 2010MY ran longer that usual Jan '09 - Mar '10 almost 15 months.

that would make 90k even worse than the 65k for '09..





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