Ford Mustang 767 Edition Mach 1 Is More Powerful Than A Shelby GT500

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It's the Mustang Mach 1 that UK fans have been waiting for.

Depending on where you buy a Ford Mustang, you won't necessarily be getting the same bang for your buck. The Mustang Mach 1 is evidence of this; it made its European debut last year and while this may have pleased Mustang fans in that region, they have to make do with a detuned version of the Coyote V8 engine. But a Mustang tuner called Clive Sutton decided that the UK deserved a more powerful Mach 1 after all. That's why the company has revealed this, the 767 Edition Mustang Mach 1. In case you're wondering, yes, the '767' in the name equates to the amount of horsepower this special edition of the Mustang has on tap.

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This supercharged 5.0-liter V8 Mustang comes with a stage 2 Whipple supercharger and has also received upgrades to its suspension and exhaust system. The package includes MagneRide dampers and what is said to be a track-focused chassis setup. The 767 Edition also enjoys a host of interior and exterior upgrades compared with the regular Mach 1. The aggressive look is thanks to 19-inch wheels and the Ford Performance Mach 1 kit. This is made up of a front wheel lip molding, an aero front splitter, and a rear racing spoiler. Large quad-exit tailpipes no doubt emit a wonderful roar from that V8.

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Both a six-speed manual and a 10-speed automatic are available. Inside, the 767 Edition gets Recaro sports seats to hold you in place during hard driving, along with special mood lighting and a unique starter button. According to Piston Heads, this special Mustang carries an enormous price tag of £96,000, which works out to approximately $132,600 at current rates, nearly double the price of a Shelby GT500 in the US.

"Exclusivity, range-beating performance, and absolute attention to detail are all qualities our customers look for - we've delivered each in spades with the Mach 1 767 Edition," said founder and CEO Clive Sutton.

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