Like Horsepower? You Can Win an 850-HP Ford Mustang and 2017 Raptor
The best things in life are rarely free, but for one Blue Oval fan, well…they will be. The good folks over at American Muscle, one of the go-to retailers for aftermarket Ford Mustang and F-150 bits, have announced a giveaway of epic proportions. In celebration of their tenth anniversary, the Pennsylvania-based firm will offer up not only a tuned-up 2015 Ford Mustang GT, but also a 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor and a custom-built race trailer. And all for free. According to the company, it’s a package worth well over $100,000 and one person will win it come November 25th of this year—a happy day-after-Thanksgiving, indeed. Looking to enter? Tap these words. RELATED: Check Out the New 959-HP Ringbrothers Ford Mustang
The ’15 Mustang GT may be going on two years of age at that point, but it’s far from your garden-variety pony car. American Muscle has doused the Ford Mustang in a sultry Tangerine Orange custom paint scheme, added an aggressive MMD styling kit with a new front splitter, hood scoop, and rear lip spoiler, as well as outfitted the fastback in racy RTR wheels. And there’s plenty of magic going on under the bonnet too.
The 5.0-liter Coyote V8 has now been outfitted with a Whipple 2.9-liter supercharger, a freer-breathing 132 mm throttle body, uprated fuel injectors, Kooks long-tube headers and exhaust, plus a dual disk McLeod clutch, Hurst competition shifter, carbon fiber driveshaft, as well as BMR, Koni, and Viking suspension components to ease that power into the ground.
All told, the heady Ford Mustang now generates 850 horsepower at the engine, and puts 725 hp and 484 lb.-ft. of torque to the ground. Curious to see the Mustang build come together? You can take a look at the comprehensive build overview, below.
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As if that weren’t enough, American Muscle is throwing in a custom aluminum racing trailer to transport that sporty ‘Stang to the track, along with a tool box filled with Eastwood tools, a spare set of drag racing wheels and tires, and oh yeah… a 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor to tow it all.
Not a bad way to become king or queen of your local track day.
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Photo Credit: American Muscle