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2003 Ford Mustang GT Concept & Convertible Concept
Topic Started: Apr 14 2018, 02:51 AM (115 Views)
carsdownunder
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From the 100% Hot Wheels Mustang 40th Anniversary 2-Car Set.


Developed between February and November 2002, two pre-production concept cars, a convertible and coupe model, were presented by Ford at the 2003 North American International Auto Show on January 5, 2003
The 2-seater Mustang GT was powered by a 400 hp (300 kW) supercharged 4.6L V-8, mated to a 6-speed manual in the coupe and a 5-speed automatic transmission in the convertible. The hood has twin scoops sitting in a U-shaped channel, topped by separate body color panels. This elongates the hood section, creates tailored character lines that flow into the instrument panel's twin cowl upper section, and provides cold air ducting the supercharged V8.
The Tungsten Silver Ford Mustang GT coupe concept included a glass roof and functional hood scoops, as well as a red and charcoal leather interior accented by billet-aluminum hardware and a supercharged MOD 4.6 L engine rated nearly 400 horsepower
Appearing with other concept vehicles at the show such as the Cadillac Sixteen, Aston Martin V8 Vantage, and Dodge Tomahawk, AutoWeek called the Mustang concept the "most significant vehicle in show"
Both vehicles were eventually sold at the 2009 Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction for US$175,000 each (before buyer premium).

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Edited by carsdownunder, Apr 14 2018, 02:56 AM.
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Great pics from very nice models. :thumbup: ;)
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OUTSTANDING PHOTOS!!!!!!! :thumbup:
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webestang64
Apr 14 2018, 01:11 PM
OUTSTANDING PHOTOS!!!!!!! :thumbup:
What he said. :thumbup:
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carsdownunder
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Glad you like them

I really like the interior detail , I had not really noticed until i took them out of the box and took some pics
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:thumbup: wow. :thumbup:
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Very nice!!!
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Mark F.
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Those look great. :thumbup:
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