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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-19-2005, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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I can't remember if I have posted this before or not but this is a drawing of what the Sables interior was to look like for the gen 4 Sable...the only difference I see is the speedometer...there are way to many numbers on the speedo, as the gen 4's only count by 20's, and the one pictured looks more like a SHO speedo or something.

Anyway, heres the pic!
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Steering wheel logo is different too.

The speedo looks like the speedo i saw on a Taurus on eBay that looked different:
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Cool picture Kyle! Also looks like a different kind of key and some sort of ring around the steering wheel.

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it looks so fancy, lighting does wonders... although there is that certain something gen4 sables have that taurui don't

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What's that certain something that sables have?????
I tend to favor Tauri.......

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What's that certain something that sables have?????
I tend to favor Tauri.......
for gen 3 and 4
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I love that cluster that counts by 10 MPH incriments. That was my one gripe about newer Taurus, and, well most newer cars in general.

I believe that 10-MPH incriment speedometer to be one that Ford used to replace the KPH spedometer in fleet cars there were in Canada, but were then shipped to Ford auctions here in the states for resale once purchased back. I base this opinion on the fact that 99% of the former-Canadian rental/fleet Taurus/Sables we got in the dealership had that cluster, and new ones on the lot never did to my knowledge.

Who cares about Vulcan v.s. Duratec, that spedo would be the deciding factor in my purchase! LMAO!

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The center console looks different too. too me, it looks like its up higher.


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