I can’t address your feelings but I would guess there are more SHO models because they may have been used less and taken care of better. The every day models were probably driven into the ground. SHO models were probably repaired more when they were damaged, had rust prevention measures taken, and just driven less as people may have looked at them as weekend or collectible cars. Now, 25–30 years later, they are the only things available.Only reason I'm impressed is because it's an SHO wagon. Many SHO owners might be upset when I say it but I'm sick of SHOs being the only freaking thing that shows up when I do a Gen 1 Taurus search. The fact there is more Gen 1 SHOs than regular Gen 1 Taurus sedans and wagons showing up for sale is very sad and a bad sign. It makes me deeply depressed.
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