Ford Pays Tribute To NASA With A One-Off Mustang Good For 627 HP

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Unfortunately it won't take you into space.

Ford has been creating one-off Mustangs for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, dubbed "The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration," for a few years now. In a move that will surprise no one the partnership has continued in 2015 with the "Apollo Edition" Mustang. This custom Mustang GT pays tribute to the Apollo space program and is fittingly out of this world. All cheesy lines aside this Mustang is seriously badass and should raise a ton of money for youth education when its auctioned off at the show.

The Apollo Edition has a one-off paint scheme paying tribute to NASA's Apollo spacecraft. You'll also see that Ford has added a carbon fiber front splitter and rear diffuser as well as unique underbody lights that, according to Ford, symbolize atmospheric re-entry. Oh, and the 21-inch Forgiato wheels don't look bad either. There's a supercharger here and along with the other performance mods it ups the ante to 627 horsepower and 540 lb-ft of torque. There's new Brembo brakes to help slow you down and a sport-tuned suspension to ensure you can do more than move in a straight line. Let us know in the comments how much you think this one-off Mustang is worth.

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