Ford and Petty’s Garage have teamed up to offer those who for whatever reason don’t like a Shelby an alternative tricked-out Mustang based on last year’s SEMA concept. Limited to 143 units, the Petty’s Garage Mustang GT comes with two stages of tune and up to 627 horsepower.
Stage 1 of Petty’s Garage Mustang GT will be limited to 100 units and features revised front and rear fascia, racing rear spoiler, center-exit exhaust, custom embroidered head restraints, floor mats and Richard Petty’s own signature on the dashboard, plus a set of 20-inch HRE FlowForm wheels. Engine-wise, the 5.0 liter GT engine gets a Ford Racing/Roush supercharger, cold air intake, custom engine calibration and MagnaFlow exhaust system.
Stage 2 gets all the goodies of the stage 1, in addition to Wilwood big brake upgrade and a complete Petty’s Garage custom two-tone paint job, and three-piece HRE wheels. This model’s limited to 43 units, of which 42 is available for sale as rock ’n’ roll legend Brian Johnson has bought one as his first-ever American car.
Prices for Petty’s Garage Mustang GT Stage 1 start from $62,210, while Stage 2 runs for $92,210 apiece.
“We received a tremendous amount of positive feedback about our Petty’s Garage Mustang GT displayed at the SEMA show,” said Jeff Whaley, Petty’s Garage COO. “With so much interest, we began to explore the possibility of building a limited run of the Petty’s Garage Mustang GT.”