Classic GT Mustang refreshed
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What is special about these cars is that the company is actually building them so that they are convertible, a feature that was never present in the original Ford line up.
Ford did actually create a prototype of this design but never put it into production, which means that those who purchase one of these heavily modified examples will be getting something that is one of only a handful of other cars in the world to look and behave in the same way.
Each one is officially sanctioned by Shelby, complete with its own ratified serial number, to make sure that there are no questions about its authenticity, or indeed the quality of the work that has been carried out.
You will need to spend a minimum of $149,000 in order to get your hands on this Ford Mustang GT, which gets you the 500CR 545 convertible with a 545 horsepower V8 engine, that has been built by hand. Add another $50,000 to that price if you want the faster 900S.