Cactus Grey (and other colors) will be available to see in person on other Ford models

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Please add to your post that 2021 Ranger will come in Cactus Gray, Carbonized Boring, Cyber Orange and Velocity Blue.
Thanks for that catch. I didn't mean to disrespect Velocity Blue. I tend to forget about it due to the "late availability" thing. :)





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Is that a delay due to COVID? That's awfully late for a new year of an existing model. :(
MAP was impacted by Michigan's COVID shutdowns, so I believe this date has been pushed back twice. Unless things get dramatically worse, I expect this to stick.
 

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Is that a delay due to COVID? That's awfully late for a new year of an existing model. :(
Sounds pretty good compared to expecting to deliver the first 2021 Broncos a month before the 2022 model year starts production :oops:
 

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Thanks for that catch. I didn't mean to disrespect Velocity Blue. I tend to forget about it due to the "late availability" thing. :)
Think you misspelled "carbonized boring" in the op..... :cool:

Anyway, on topic: This is the benefit of having non-exclusive colors smattered across the entire product line. The downside, of course, is having non-exclusive colors smattered across the entire product line.

Oh how I miss the 50's and early 60's when there would he a half dozen model-specific colors. Now I would gladly pay $2,000-4,000 to have access to a "historic color pallet" even if it was restricted heavily to be historic only to previous generations of a specific model.

Chiffon Blue just speaks to me as a Galaxie 500 color. Or Nautilus Grey to the Thunderbird (the only real generation of them, '61-63, that JFK loved so much)
 
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Anyway, on topic: This is the benefit of having non-exclusive colors smattered across the entire product line. The downside, of course, is having non-exclusive colors smattered across the entire product line.
I was thinking the same thing. I don't know why I originally thought in my mind that Cactus Grey would be Bronco-specific, but I worried that it would be difficult to choose sight-unseen, only to be relieved to find it will appear on other vehicles, giving me the chance to see it, only to be disappointed that it will be on other models. :)

I suppose for those who would like to have an exclusive color, they could hope that their Bronco arrives severely scratched all over, necessitating a full repaint at Ford/dealer expense, giving a free chance for a new color. :LOL:
 

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Some of those colors are already available on other 2020 models.
 

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