Are you ready for Mustang mania? Are you ready to take the Mustang through its paces? With the release of the 2007 Mustang more than 8 million buyers have experienced the Mustang to date. Ever since the first Mustang in the 60’s the Mustang has inspired numerous fan clubs and appeared in over 600 movies. The 2007 Ford Mustang brochure tells us that Mustang owners have way more fun and that the Mustang helped drive the Firebird to extinction. That’s a pretty strong claim for a car, but the Mustang isn’t just any car, it’s a legend, this is America’s pony car.
When you open the 2007 Ford Mustang brochure you will notice that the Mustang GT takes the lead with a 4.6-liter V-8 the punches out 320 ft. lb. of torque and 300 horsepower. That is the kind of power that gets you 0-60 in 4.9 seconds according to Road & Track magazine April 2005. Then up next is the 4.0-liter V-6 motor that cranks out 240 ft. lb. of torque and 210 horsepower. Couple either one of those powerhouses with a 5-speed short-throw manual transmission and things get crazy or you can opt for an automatic tranny if you prefer. Regardless which power plant you choose for your Mustang you can bet if will be fun to drive.
How about a new Mustang GT with the “California Special” option. The 2007 Ford Mustang brochure is letting us know that the 68 GT California Special is back for 2007. This limited edition option is going to be hot with the larger air intake, a lower chin spoiler, side air scoops, special striping and 18” polished aluminum wheels. That is only the tip of the iceberg; this Mustang California is loaded with great features and looks both inside and out. If you are looking for more for 2007 just take a peek at the Shelby GT500 and the specifications are shown in 2007 Mustang sales literature.
See the 2007 Ford Mustang Brochure
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