ROUSH and Ford Sued over BlackJack Production

ROUSH and Ford have been named in a lawsuit brought on by New York resident Drew Conner who owns ROUSH BlackJack #002. Conner claims originally ROUSH stated they were only going to build 100 of these limited edition Mustangs in 2007. Well, in 2008 ROUSH decided to build another 100 BlackJack models making the first 100 not so limited. Conner and the other plaintiffs claim their cars are not so unique or rare anymore as were stated to them by ROUSH. Conner has been joined by at least 100 other BlackJack owners who are asking for class-action status, a jury trial, and $12 Million.

Source: Reuters
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  1. Saw this coming at some point, Ford has been trying to get away with broken promises on limited production for years now. I was a Mach 1 owner and was very angry when the production exceeded what Ford originally stated.
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