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Crayon

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Matt Maran posted these on his IG story.

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I commented: "No shit, Matt".
I agree. It is far from all new. It's a nice evolution but with how much stayed the same or minor changes, it's more refresh. Like many of said, it is more like the change from SN95 to New Edge. And, even the S550 is not all new compared to the S197. I will say at least the S550 from S197 had major changes like the roof and overall dimensions. But, the 2024 is still overall unchanged dimensionally. (I hope all of that makes sense)
 
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Can't explain why, but this post me super pumped for S650, and is seriously making me consider jumping on a DH rather than waiting for Shelby variants.

 

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Can't explain why, but this post me super pumped for S650, and is seriously making me consider jumping on a DH rather than waiting for Shelby variants.

Don’t do it. The dark horse is going to be a great mustang but nothing compares to a shelby. Though you could always keep the DH low on miles and in good condition and trade in when the time comes.
 

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This entire comment seems like it's strictly from a car collector standpoint.

Don’t do it. The dark horse is going to be a great mustang but nothing compares to a shelby. Though you could always keep the DH low on miles and in good condition and trade in when the time comes.
 

 
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