I like the American Racing wheels, hate the snow shovel front end and that big, honkin` stripe with the Cobra graphic has to go. Don`t really care for the grill treatment either. I wonder if they used forged internals in the blown engine or is the engine just gonna blow up.
Ahh but, what the heck, the glass is always half full.
Ok, some more info on this car. First off here is the pricing. The Stage 1 will cost $5499, and the Stage 2 $14,999. Both prices exclude labor, and the cost of the car. The only way to get one of these is by supplying your own 2005 or 2006 Ford Mustang V6 to Shelby, and they'll do the rest.
The production of these cars is expected to start March 1, 2006, and all cars will have special stamped dash and engine plates to prove authenticity, and "ensuring their enduring value into the future"
If anyone is interested in getting their hands on one of these let me know and i'll point you in the right direction as to where to sign up.
Here are a few more pictures of it. They aren't nearly as large as you see in our gallery, but at least they'll give you a better idea of how it looks. If we ever get our hands on larger versions of these they'll definately be added to our gallery.
The basics of making that sort of power with the V6 is adding some type of forced induction. This car uses a supercharger. I dont know the specifics of who makes supercharers for the V6, but i'm sure if you call the various supercharger manufacturers one of them can set you up with a kit. Try contacting vortech, ATI (procharger), and paxton. Other than that you'll probably need to go with dual exhaust, and whatever bolt ons are available.