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Re: The end of SVT as we know it

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Hey what should we expect from a company that could care less about consumers. Ford is shrinking in NA and gosh none of the brass can understand why. Perhaps they should ask the people that know why. Other than my Mustang I have not owned a ford since 1988, 5 cars latter and a new one next month and they still don't care. God save the crew the ship is going down.
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Autoweek has an article about this also. Basically they say that Ford claims this isn't true, but it sounds like it is.
http://www.autoweek.com/apps/pbcs.dll/a ... 20003/1024



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I talked to an SVT dealer today and they are still not aware of anything being different. As far as he knew, SVT is alive and well?
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Thats because Ford hasn't made an official statement on this. Heck, even Ford still claims SVT isn't about to die. So if Ford won't admit they are looking to end SVT there's no doubt the dealers still think SVT is alive and well.



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Autoweek now has an article about how SVT isn't as dead as was once thought. According to them SVT has been scaled back but will go on, and it seems at though SVT and Ford Racing have been combined.

http://autoweek.com/apps/pbcs.dll/artic ... 2052808222



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SVT isnt dead in the shelby video i gave you mike it clearly says that and even on the 2007 shelby that is coming out in the shelby media video when they open the door to the shelby it has SVT wrote so the rumor isnt true at all.
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