Went to the show this evening. All I can say was....very disapointing Display by Ford. No real cosmetic changes to the GT or P apart from very simple addons. As Usual, Holdens display was by far the best.
I'm sick of holden getting all the attention every year. On the news today they were showing the torana and it annoyed me that they didn't show the Ford stand at all. Why dont Ford just release some concept that takes everyones breath away and makes people freak out? I heard the GT40 is there, is this true guys?
I wonder what all the crap was on FPV's web site about performance motoring changing forever ? And trhe silhouette of the car in the back ground, with the bonnet bulge ?
sounds like trumped up crap to me !
Mate Ford/FPV have done nothing!!!!! The GT P had new wheels, strips, other than that nothing outside the car was any different from 2002/2003. Oh there was a dodgie looking "boss290 sticker on the bonnet, Inside there is a clock above the mirror, & 6 Speed, there was a F6 there 2/10th of fu%k all between that & the GT, the Persuit has the same wheels as the old model but comes with strips. WOW WEEEE!!!!! Holden stold the show with the new Torana, and the new raceing Monaro. The HSV stand was wery well set up, made Ford/FPV look boring to say the least, You could have walked in to any Ford dealer and seen the same thing. oh well mabe next year " I hope "
"The TE50 is the best high performance sedan Australia has ever produced"
Street machine Feb 2002
TE50T3 Remember the GTHO? well your getting close.
Motor mag Jan 2002
Wouldn't you love to say that about your car?You loosers
good job firefox. Wasn't there but it does look a little disappointing. Don't think much of the bonnet decal, looks cheap. However I think the side stripes look better on the MKII. And the guages..... very ricey, don't like them either.
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