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2015 Ford Mustang GT [S550]

2015 Ford Mustang [S550] in The Grand Tour, Non-fiction TV, 2016-2019 IMDB Ep. 1.06

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US — Made for: GB

2015 Ford Mustang GT [S550]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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opal TH

2017-01-05 20:31

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dsl SX

2017-01-11 23:58

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We've identified this vehicle using the details you provided
FORD MUSTANG GT 2015
Registration number: EF65 ZSE
Body type: Coupe
Colour: Red
Date of first registration: December 2015

If this really was the first RHD UK-spec Mustang to arrive in UK, and Little Richard met it at the docks to become the first person to drive it, the footage would be a year old when broadcast as the Xmas 2016 show.

Baube QC

2017-01-12 00:27

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clear lenses are the regular european tail lights ?

-- Last edit: 2017-01-12 00:28:08

power US

2018-02-08 15:05

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Made for UK not EU

Gamer DE

2018-02-08 15:06

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The Brexit isn't through yet...

power US

2018-02-11 06:53

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Gamer wrote The Brexit isn't through yet...

But it is RHD!😒

tore-40 NO

2018-02-11 09:44

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Gamer wrote The Brexit isn't through yet...


@Gamer; EU in the 'Made for' tag is EUrope, not the European Union. Anyway, @dsl-sod is still a part of Europe, even after Brexit, wouldn't you agree?

@power; The RHD/LHD issue alone, on the other hand, does not qualify for a 'Made for' tag.

power US

2018-02-11 16:41

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tore-40 wrote

@Gamer; EU in the 'Made for' tag is EUrope, not the European Union. Anyway, @dsl-sod is still a part of Europe, even after Brexit, wouldn't you agree?

@power; The RHD/LHD issue alone, on the other hand, does not qualify for a 'Made for' tag.

It is really a uk spec mustang!😩

dsl SX

2018-02-11 17:29

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tore-40 wrote @dsl-sod

:??:

Agree made for UK is better. Not particularly because of Brexit scenario, simply because it's more precise. If someone wanted to look for Mustangs in the UK, it would show. Made for EU doesn't say much apart from splitting it from US cars. We don't have made for Asia or made for Africa or made for South America, so made for EU(rope) is an anomaly. May be useful sometimes, but more as a dustbin when we can't be accurate.

tore-40 NO

2018-02-11 19:56

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dsl wrote :??:


Definition of sod ....one's native land

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dsl SX

2018-02-11 20:16

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Sod has other meanings as an insult - "He's a stupid sod" or "The Nissan Juke is sodding ugly", or as a swearie "Sod off!".

Not quite as bad as the f-word which rhymes with duck, but lives in the same cupboard.

tore-40 NO

2018-02-11 20:19

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@dsl; My answer to @Gamer and @power wasn't meant to favour EU over UK, just to point out the meaning of 'Made for EU', but now that you mentioned it: By this rule, any car in any country should be 'Made for' unless already made there. I don't think that was @antp's intention, when this tag was introduced.

Is there any UK-spesific visual differences? Not counting RHD (steering wheel, headlights, or mirrors, in many cases), pollution control systems (common for E.U., not visible), but rather bumpers, spoilers, selected colours, anything visible?

antp BE

2018-02-11 20:24

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"Made for EU" is usually for Europe in general, not specific to European Union, and anyway usually cars in other European countries get the same cars as those in the union. We can also consider that for all countries related in a way or another to the union: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Supranational_European_Bodies-en.svg
(not sure where the UK will move in this diagram, but it will probably stay somewhere in it)
We should have a "Made for North-America" to solve the choice between US/CDN in many cases, same for South-America (where there is also a union of most of the countries, I forgot the name for that).

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tore-40 NO

2018-02-11 20:29

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dsl wrote Sod has other meanings as an insult - "He's a stupid sod" or "The Nissan Juke is sodding ugly", or as a swearie "Sod off!".

Not quite as bad as the f-word which rhymes with duck, but lives in the same cupboard.


Not meant as an insult, dear dsl, it was simply lost in the translation.

dsl SX

2018-02-11 21:26

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tore-40 wrote By this rule, any car in any country should be 'Made for' unless already made there.

I'd like to see that allowed when something interesting is found somewhere unusual, because it adds info into the database to make it more usable/valuable. Mustangs in UK are rare beasts so why not give them full recognition?

On the other hand the value of entering every porridge-car in somewhere where we've hundreds is minimal, so it's not something to do every time for everything, and has to live alongside many cases where nothing has been entered in previous examples. So it would be a discretionary add-on when someone thinks it's useful.

tore-40 wrote Is there any UK-specific visual differences? Not counting RHD (steering wheel, headlights, or mirrors, in many cases), pollution control systems (common for E.U., not visible), but rather bumpers, spoilers, selected colours, anything visible?


No idea. But just because I don't know (and maybe no-one else here does at the moment) is not a reason to reject a UK tag. Absence of knowledge is not knowledge of absence.

dsl SX

2018-02-11 21:28

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tore-40 wrote Not meant as an insult, dear dsl....

:sun:

antp BE

2018-02-11 21:59

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dsl wrote Mustangs in UK are rare beasts so why not give them full recognition?

Not rarer than elsewhere in Europe, I'd say.

ingo DE

2018-04-02 17:04

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dsl wrote ...
Mustangs in UK are rare beasts so why not give them full recognition?...

Indeed? :think: Last Friday I've participated as an onlooker with my K 70 at a year-free meeting of US-cars
Link to "www.dorstenerzeitung.de" - finally an illegal event, bcause it was hold on Good Friday
and there were masses of Mustangs, from a 1964 1/2 to a 3/2018-registration, even a 1974 and a 1979 have been there.
I'd say, that Mustangs are the most common actual US-cars in Germany. That may depend on the local Ford-dealers. That one in our village has a faible for Mustangs, so he has always some in his stock.

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