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I just received my Ford Customer Appreciation package in the mail today, approximetely 6 weeks after taking delivery of my Bullitt. :eek: All it contained was a small bottle of the touch up paint and a little pocket size quick reference guide with lamented flip pages of all the basic features of the car, dials, switches, instrumentation & dashboard features, just the usual basic stuff that is explained fully in the regular owners manual, etc...
 

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I was promised one 3 months ago. I was anxious to get one as it contains touch up paint. But we got a bottle of it from our body shop that did the paint job on our trunk, so we quit waiting by the mail box.
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Appreciation Pack???

I never heard of that. Is this for Bullitt owners or for all Mustang owners. I had my last mustang 6 months and never recieved a thing. I've had this car almost 3 months and the same goes for this one. I was also expecting something from ford to commemorate the Bullitt, something similiar to what the 35th anniversery guys recieved.
 

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you are only eligible for the "appreciation pack" if your dealer was registered for the program.
 

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In appreciation of the fact that I purchased a Bullitt sight unseen and without so much as even a test drive --- About two months after picking the car up, Ford was proud to present me with a 'klunk' from my transmission. This was soon followed up by a shrug and a sigh from my local dealer when I went in to thank them.

Thanks Ford! You guys really know how to make a customer feel special.
 

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Here is the phone number to call to see if you are eligible to receive an appreciation pack from Ford. 1-800-490-4060
Like rsom1 said, "Your dealer has to be registered for the program."

Vicki

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OK, now I feel really stupid. I pride myself on reading everything that Ford communicates to the dealership, but I never read anywhere that we had to register to be part of this "program." I guess I missed that memo OR Ford hid the message in an obscure memo - gee thanks, Ford!
 

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I haven't recieved anything from Ford since buying the Bullitt. Did get mailed 5 cd's, leather carrier for them, and a Mustang key ring when we bought our '99 GT.
 

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LOL Five Oh B(rian)! When the guy called me shortly after we got the Bullitt for the survey they do, he gave me those phone numbers. So I called the one for the appreciation package and found out that my dealer was an approved dealership. That was back in June. I guess they forgot about me. Oh well, I already have a bottle of touch up from the body shop. Who needs the literature that comes with it.
 

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If a dealership is not registered than ford should not have let them sell you,me or anyone the car from a non registered dealer.
( Ford is at fault)
 

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I had a new 99 GT convertible and I got the 35th anniversary package. I still have the package intact. That was a great premium. Ford also sent me a pair of neat folding outdoor chairs when I purchased a Sportrac. I have gotten nothing with my Bullitt and it was purchased on May 7, 2001.
 

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The only thing Ford gave me is a different perception of post-sale customer service from what they bragged about while I was waiting in the showroom. I guess it's time to take off my rose colored glasses?
 
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