Special edition Mustang pays homage to Lee Iacocca
24 September 2009

The limited edition Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang will cost from $89,950 (£55,500).

Although that's three times the price of a current Mustang GT, the Iacocca car is coachbuilt by Gaffoglio Family Metalcrafters.

In standard form it is powered by a 296bhp 4.6-litre Ford V8, although buyers can opt for a Ford Racing air filter kit that ups power to 316bhp or a supercharger that ups power to 394bhp. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard.

As well as the handbuilt bodywork, the interior has been modified with stitched leather seats, aluminium trim details and a leather steering wheel.

Just 45 Iacocca Silver 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustangs will be built, all painted silver.

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24 September 2009

man - that took a long time to hit the shelves - wasn't this rolled out way back in the spring?

24 September 2009

I'd have so much fun in this..

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