Hi. I've had my Bullitt for about 3 years now, and while I have enjoyed the car, one thing I've noticed is that Ford has a habit of discontinuing parts and they become hard to find. For example, the Bullitt shifter boot is no longer available, and neither is the fuse box lid under the passenger side kick panel. Likewise with the aftermarket. I live in Cali and some of the 50 state legal supercharger charger kits that used to be sold for the 4.6 3V are also discontinued. Roush, Whipple, and Magnuson come to mind. The only ones still available are the Edelbrock E-force and the Kenne Bell. While these aren't disasters in and of themselves, I've noticed that I've never had ANY problem finding anything for my dad's 1983 Mercedes 230E even though it's a gray market import. Yet Ford doesn't seem to provide the same level of support for its vehicles if they're 10 years old or older. It's like they consider them old news and don't care anymore. Am I mistaken in my impression? I wonder how GM compares? I'm thinking I should unload the Bullitt and just get another German car where at least I know parts support will probably never become an issue.