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As Tony Alonso pointed out, they almost have to start the plaque number over since it only allow for 4 positions and seeing that the 2019 is in the 8000 range, they will have to start over. So I expect that the 2020 will have a K prefix on the dash plaque and start the numbers over for the 2020.
 

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Just did an inventory search for 2020s. A fair number of 2020 Mustangs in the area but no 2020 Bullitt.

Has anyone else see one show up yet.

I find a lot of 2019 Bullitt at the local dealerships. Even the local dealership, who loves to add ADMs, have one that is now discounted. So many out there, the dealerships are bargaining. When the 2020 Bullitt start showing up, the discounts will be even greater.
 

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Weren't there almost 10,000 2019 Bullitts built? And there are a LOT sitting at dealerships now. I'm thinking the dealers won't order many now that the hype is gone. Most everyone who wanted a Bullitt has one. I wouldn't be surprised if the 2020 numbers were very low.
 

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Weren't there almost 10,000 2019 Bullitts built?

We have one registered here that's in the 7900 range. Supposedly someone saw one over 8800 at a dealership but we didn't get a look at a chassis plate.
 
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Just did an inventory search for 2020s. A fair number of 2020 Mustangs in the area but no 2020 Bullitt.

Has anyone else see one show up yet.

I find a lot of 2019 Bullitt at the local dealerships. Even the local dealership, who loves to add ADMs, have one that is now discounted. So many out there, the dealerships are bargaining. When the 2020 Bullitt start showing up, the discounts will be even greater.
On cars.com, there are 5 2020 Bullitts being offered, all are 'dealer ordered' so no photos just yet.
 

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I don't think a 2009 is more desirable or collectible than a 2008, even though many less were built for MY2009. Would expect the same for the 2019-2020 builds, and agree that most people who really wanted one has it by now. I believe there will be more dealer ordered cars for MY2020 than 2019, and expect the 2020 total production will be less than 2019. Maybe Ford will allocate more units to foreign markets than they did for MY2019.
 

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I saw a HG 2019 at a car cruise yesterday. It was numbered in the low 7500's...…...the fellow told me that it was a very recent delivery to a Ford dealer in my area. He said he got a $4K discount...…….no trade.
Beautiful car...……..
Anyone want to buy my 2009??? LOL!

ARMY TC
 

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It appears that the 2020 have a $1,000 gas guzzler tax that did not apply to the 2019.
 

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It appears that the 2020 have a $1,000 gas guzzler tax that did not apply to the 2019.

Did you see this on a valid window sticker? There should be no change in the engine output.
 

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It appears that the 2020 have a $1,000 gas guzzler tax that did not apply to the 2019.
Did you see this on a valid window sticker? There should be no change in the engine output.

Indeed there is - wow! Surprising to me, but perhaps the measurement standard is different for the 2020 model year.
 

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Did you see this on a valid window sticker? There should be no change in the engine output.
Yep, I looked up several 2020 Bullitts and they all had it. Interesting, the 2020 GT does not have it.
 

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This was listed on the Ford website-No Change to the HP or Torque...Not sure why the gas guzzler charge is on of the 2020's?


Like being shot out of a smoking gun, this engine brings the pin-you-to-your-seat type of speed that you expect out of a Mustang. The BULLITT engine takes the standard 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 from the Mustang GT and adds a 97 millimeter air intake for enhanced horsepower and torque.
•480 horsepower
•420 lb.-ft. of tire-squealing torque*
•Port fuel direct injection
 

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Yep, I looked up several 2020 Bullitts and they all had it. Interesting, the 2020 GT does not have it.

I have a sample right above your post for reference. Crazy stuff.
 
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