This Ford Mustang Convertible Costs More Than A Porsche 911

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It does have 800 horsepower, but still...

The Ford Mustang is currently the world's best selling sports car, and with good reason; it's attractive, affordable, entertaining to drive, and offers impressive bang for your buck. Drive through any city in the US and you're guaranteed to spot a Ford Mustang in some state of tune. We've seen some beautifully modified examples in our time, and retro-modded classic Mustangs are fetching insane prices these days, but what about modern examples?

You'll often hear people say that modifications don't add value to the resale value of a car, but this 2019 Ford Mustang Revenge Edition proves that even modern modified Stangs can hold their value rather well.

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This 2019 Ford Mustang GT Premium Convertible is not like any other GT Convertible. Listed on duPont Registry, the special Stang has been treated to a full makeover by Peregrine Automotive which specializes in highly modified, big power Mustangs.

Called the "Revenge Edition" this two-tone beast sports a wild body kit that includes a complete front makeover with a redesigned front bumper, carbon-fiber hood with massive intakes, carbon fiber side skirts, a carbon rear diffuser with a wild exhaust setup, and a tasteful decklid spoiler. This Revenge Edition rolls on a set of black 20-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 345/30 R20 tires; the largest street-legal tires Michelin manufacturers (according to the seller).

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The wild exterior styling is backed up by some serious performance. Peregrine Automotive has taken the stock 5.0-liter Ford V8 and added a stage two Roush supercharger kit. Along with a custom exhaust setup and ECU tune, this Mustang now produces a monumental 800 horsepower. A conversion like this usually costs close to $150,000 excluding the price of the donor car, but this clean example with only 300 miles on the clock is selling for the bargain price of $120,000. For that kind of money, you could be driving a brand new Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and have change to spend on modifications, or why not a Porsche 911? It's cool, but it's still a basic Mustang with shiny bits stickered on.

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