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A recent Car & Driver magazine had a good shot of what they consider the new 2010 Mustang on the cover.
 

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The GT500 photos looks like the rear fascia, the dash, and maybe the wheels are different. Also a 5.0L engine??


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Did you notice the color keyed mirrors ? The snake logo on the center horn button. I wonder if it will have the same suspension and tires as the current KR .
Looks like the front spoiler is missing too. Radio antenna is on the rear fender too. Rear spoiler looks to be lower prehaps.
 

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Definitely something different going on with the hood.

I feel weird commenting on the 2010 GT500 knowing some individual here is sitting back & laughing because he's seen it up close and personal.
 

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Definitely something different going on with the hood.

I feel weird commenting on the 2010 GT500 knowing some individual here is sitting back & laughing because he's seen it up close and personal.


Let me at him Prez,I'll squeeze it outa him/her.I thought this was a limited edition run.I thought it was only for 2 years.They lied to us.:thinkerg:
 

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The GT500 photos looks like the rear fascia, the dash, and maybe the wheels are different. Also a 5.0L engine??


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Hopefully a 6.0 liter engine!!!!:icon7:

Should be interesting! Any ideas on pricing? I'll start saving now!!!!

Mike
 

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Going along with my quote from another thread "There's no substitute for cubic inches," I'd like to see a 7.0 liter like the original 500's! :) But alas I have never heard of Ford development working on a gas engine that large in recent years. :(

It would be nice though considering that naturally aspirated, a 7.0 liter could already be making 500+hp easily.
 

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Going along with my quote from another thread "There's no substitute for cubic inches," I'd like to see a 7.0 liter like the original 500's! :) But alas I have never heard of Ford development working on a gas engine that large in recent years. :(

It would be nice though considering that naturally aspirated, a 7.0 liter could already be making 500+hp easily.
I think there are two substitutes...less weight and higher level technology (re: more expensive). Porsche 911s are very fast. :ninja:
 

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I'd say GT350 Tires are narrower then our 500s.
 
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