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Dub347sbf

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Looking for this exact spec in a Dark Horse. Black roof, badges, wheels, red calipers. Looks great!
 

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I'm not one to normally jump on the panel gap train, but as it was brought up in another one of these show cars, the hood fitment at the front passenger side corner is terrible. Car looks pretty good in red though. I still want to see them out in natural light though. The show lighting makes the matte black corner vent pieces look much darker than they really are, and I think that looks better than what they look like in natural light.
 


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Never liked candy red on a single modern Mustang until these photos
 

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I'm not one to normally jump on the panel gap train, but as it was brought up in another one of these show cars, the hood fitment at the front passenger side corner is terrible. Car looks pretty good in red though. I still want to see them out in natural light though. The show lighting makes the matte black corner vent pieces look much darker than they really are, and I think that looks better than what they look like in natural light.
Might as well hold judgement until we see production cars roll out since everything we've seen has been super inconsistent

The show car I saw had picture perfect panel gaps everywhere and it made such a big difference since S550s have pound for pound some of the ugliest panel fitment right up next to Teslas imo, but we'll see
 

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Might as well hold judgement until we see production cars roll out since everything we've seen has been super inconsistent

The show car I saw had picture perfect panel gaps everywhere and it made such a big difference since S550s have pound for pound some of the ugliest panel fitment right up next to Teslas imo, but we'll see
Yeah, I agree. My S550 was actually pretty good, and the S650 show car I saw in person didn’t have any noticeable issues that I saw.
 

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That red is a hair too much....
 

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I have noticed, over time, the orange hue in the Race Red color slowly fades away from the sun leaving the color a dull red.
 

 
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