Limited-edition 2015 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT: Glossy, good-looking, fast and powerful

According to the earlier report furnished by Auto World News, car manufacturer giant Ford has just forged a new tandem with Petty’s Garage to come up with the new limited-edition 2015 Mustang GT which has the looks, features and can burn the roads and tracks at a blazing speed.

The new fangled 2015 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT (which is actually a tribute to the legendary Richard Petty) is a variant of the limited-edition Mustang GT. The 77 years old Petty who has the moniker “King” is a racing beast on tracks during his heydays and pocketed the NASCAR championships seven times.

With the help of its partnership with Petty’s Garage, Ford is geared up on coming up with 143 special edition Mustang GTs (100 of these will be Stage 1 models that are priced at $62,410 while the other 43 will be Stage 2 models are fetched at $92,410).

Ford dealerships are now taking orders for the limited-edition 2015 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT model.

The Stage 1 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT model features a powerful and heavy duty 627-horsepower supercharged Ford Racing/Roush Performance supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine. This model is also beefed up with a special interior and exterior add-ons and tweaks, MagnaFlow center exhaust, HRE FlowForm wheels, Petty’s Garage bodykit, and Petty’s much sought-after autograph on the car’s dashboard.

On the other end, the sleek Stage 2 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT model seats comfortably on the Petty Blue trimmed three-piece 20-inch forged HRE wheels, and equipped with Wildwood big brake upgrade with Petty Blue calipers. This model sports two-tone Petty Blue/Tuxedo Black paint job while the pillars of the roof come with the number 43.

There is a published report which claims that the first of the Stage 2 units is already ordered by the lead vocalist of the popular AC/DC band. And to those who are willing to break the bank and would want to get their hands on the Stage 2 cars you can still place your orders. It is not yet confirmed whether the Stage 2 Petty’s Garage Mustang GT will charge gas guzzler taxes .



  1. says

    I think any manufacturer who teams up with a smaller independent to enhance their models is going in the right direction.
    The smaller companies get promotion and coverage and a large manufacturer gains a better car.

    The main thing is always if Brian Johnson from AC/DC orders one, it must be good!

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