2007 Ford Mustang GT
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RM Sotheby's - Auburn Spring
9th May 2015
2007 Ford Mustang GT
Have you eagerly been looking to find the right Mustang to call your own? You’ve finally come to the conclusion that you’re chomping at the bit to grab the reigns and gun the gas pedal. If it’s any consolation, you’re experiencing exactly what more than eight million customers have felt since the day the first Mustang kicked open the gate. It stood as an automotive symbol of the “swinging ‘60s,” has inspired fan clubs on six continents, starred in over 600 motion pictures and has regularly appeared in the winner’s circle at the race track and at the drag strip. This blue and black GT custom convertible has a black power top and interior, and was built by Fastlane Motorsports in Benson, North Carolina. It has resulted in a very strong car that, with over $6,000 in engine upgrades, will produce 509 maximum horsepower and 430 pound feet of torque according to dynamometer testing. The 4.6-liter V-8 is mated to an automatic transmission; also included in the equipment list is a carbon fiber hood, body kit, spoiler, rollbar, five-spoke chrome wheels, air conditioning, radio with CD player; power windows, door locks, steering and four-wheel disc brakes. Of the countless Mustangs available, this one has many stand-alone features that will truly make this one your own.
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