A Mustang Like No Other For Sale

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Built for SEMA 2006, this Mustang with a 5.9-liter from an Aston-Martin Vanquish is now up for sale.

It might seem to you that $79,900 would be a lot of money to pay for a 2006 Mustang, even one with only 1,250 miles on it, but this is not your average Mustang. This Mustang was built by Western Motorsports for SEMA in 2006, and under its hood lurks a 600hp 5.9-liter V12 out of an Aston-Martin Vanquish. This considerable power is sent though a Tremec T-56 6-speed transmission and reaches the ground via 19-inch iForged Essen wheels.

These wheels go over an impressive set of brakes, 14-inch rotors clamped by 6-piston calipers. A custom set of 6-2-1 headers direct exhaust gasses down to a Magnaflow 3-inch exhaust. A set of KW Suspension coilovers help the Mustang to deal with the extra weight of the V12. Exterior modifications are restrained and those Camaro and Challenger owners you pull up next to at the lights won't know what they're about to get themselves into. Interior modifications include, but are not limited to, racing seats and a new dash. Seems to us like it's worth every penny.

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