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Old 01-18-2010, 02:14 PM
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Link: http://editorial.autos.msn.com/slide...ntid=1124916#8

Notice the badge on the fender...


2011 Ford Mustang GT
Ford thought that by simply plunking a "5.0" badge on the flanks of its 2011 Mustang GT it was going to breathe new life into the less-and-less iconic muscle car — and it was right! The new V8 engine (all 302 cubic inches of it) pumps out a remarkable 412 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque while still returning an impressive 25 mpg on the highway. And it looks absolutely gorgeous nestled in the engine bay. Things get even better if you're a gearhead — you can now have real toys like Brembo brakes and sportier suspension.

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The catfish swingers will be in here shortly to bash!
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412 HP, nice... I like the Mustangs EXCEPT for the rear end. They really destroyed (in my opinion anyway) the looks of the rear of the Mustangs starting with the 2010 model
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