Shelby turns the Ford Mustang GT into a 750hp track beast, w/ upgraded cooling, brakes, suspension, and aero, inspired by Carroll Shelby and his friends tearing up its rough and rugged namesake Texas district back in the day. We took a hot lap in one and are still smiling.
This 38mm automatic watch not only borrows details from ’60s Ford Mustangs, the dial on each unit is actually made from the body of a wrecked Stang. The dials are coated with lacquer so that the rust won’t spread to the rest of the watch.
Shelby brings back its Super Snake package for the new Ford Mustang GT, upgrading many body parts with carbon fiber, supercharging its 5.0 to up to 750hp, and upgrading brakes, suspension and exhaust with track grade components.
Wrapped in exterior details which pay tribute to the WWII Tuskegee airmen and their P51 Mustangs, this customized Mustang GT looks like it could lift off the ground despite its lack of wings.
It has a 5.8L supercharged V8 engine with 650 HP and 600 lb-ft of torque. Top speed? 200mph. You’ll need the Brembo brakes, launch control and improved transmission to tame this beast.
Absent since 1970, Shelby is once again making a convertible version of their Mustang-on-steroids. Choose from a naturally-aspirated 430-hp, supercharged 525-hp or insane 624-hp engine.
You’ll need an old 1987-1993 Mustang to the Mk4 Roadster kit car. Then, you’ll need about 200 hours of your spare time to convert your old pony car into this luscious classic Cobra replica.
Jack Roush tweaked the epic 5.0L V8 Ford Mustang hard; it features an R2300 ROUSHcharger which provides 525 horses and 465 lb/ft, new front struts and rear shocks, 20″ wheels and Cooper RS3 tires.
Ford pays homage to the original ’69 Mustang Boss 302 with a car that is as fierce as it looks. Its defining Boss 302 V8 engine belches out 440hp and delivers up to 7,500rpm. Coming spring 2011.