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2004 Mustang GT-Is my car rare?

Hey my names Brian habhab and I live in Detroit

My father bought me I believe a torched red 2004 mustang gt with white interior and white convertible top. I only have 14000 miles on the car and looks brand new. I always get lots of complaments at the local car shows.
I believe the car is rare only because no one ever sees that color combination.
I'd appreciate it if you guys could help me figure out how many were produced of this color.

Thanks I'd really appreciate it.
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Hey my names Brian habhab and I live in Detroit

My father bought me I believe a torched red 2004 mustang gt with white interior and white convertible top. I only have 14000 miles on the car and looks brand new. I always get lots of complaments at the local car shows.
I believe the car is rare only because no one ever sees that color combination.
I'd appreciate it if you guys could help me figure out how many were produced of this color.

Thanks I'd really appreciate it.


A lot of sources on the web will gove conflicting information about that, best bet is to write down the VIN and call a dealer, they can tell you from the number if its authentic and how many were made.

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I looked up your year and color and there were 15,935 torch red mustangs made that year. Now how many were convertible, white top, GT, and white interior? That narrows it down even more. You may have a rare color on your hands.

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Unfortunately, Ford didn't keep detailed numbers on things like that, so there's really no way to know how many were offered with that exact combination. They only kept track of Bullitts, Mach 1's and Cobras for exact numbers by option and color. Other than that, they list all cars by color, regardless of whether they're GTs or V6's. Same with convertible options.

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Unfortunately, Ford didn't keep detailed numbers on things like that, so there's really no way to know how many were offered with that exact combination. They only kept track of Bullitts, Mach 1's and Cobras for exact numbers by option and color. Other than that, they list all cars by color, regardless of whether they're GTs or V6's. Same with convertible options.

exactly. the number i gave earlier is all mustangs that were torh red. subtract the v6 ones, then the coupes, then the ones with the black interior.

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