Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 2007 Ford
Mustang GT500. The Ford Mustang was THE breakout car of the 60s and
it's variety of high performance drivetrain options cemented it's
status as the enthusiast's choice. The top shelf of the Mustangs
were the Shelby performance tuned models. Featuring uniquely styled
bodywork these cars had a look all their own and the "Shelby" name
meant they had performance too. This incredibly low mileage GT500
is finished in a handsome Alloy shade of dark gray and features
silver stripes down the full length of the vehicle. As you walk
around the vehicle you'll notice nice details like the cobra logo
in the grill, racing style hood vents and dual exhaust. Take a seat
inside and you are greeted by supportive leather trimmed seats
while the steering wheel and shifter fall within easy reach. Under
the hood is a Supercharged 5.4 Liter V8. Power is sent through a 6
speed manual transmission. Imagine how this pony can get up and go!
If you're looking for a low mileage collectible muscle car this is
the one you want to own! Options include Air Conditioning, AM/FM
radio, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power locks,
power windows, anti-lock brakes, tilt wheel, traction control,
keyless entry, power mirrors, seat belts, alloy wheels wrapped in
2007 Ford Mustang
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