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  By Detroit Steel   It certainly will be hard to miss this one at SEMA, which kicks off Nov. 4.   The Vortech supercharged Mustang GT is painted in a color called "Competition Orange", which is about as eye-catching as colors come on cars. Additional exterior features include a carbon fiber front lip, the aforementioned 20-inch wheels, a coilover suspension and a Magnaflow exhaust.   But like most Mustangs at SEMA, it's underneath the

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  -- By Detroit Steel   If you've ever watched one of Ken Block's Gymkhana videos, then you already know how entertaining it is to watch the drifter at work.   Now, it appears that Block is revving up to release the seventh installment of the smokin' series behind the wheel of a high-powered classic all-wheel-drive Mustang, as captured in the Car and Driver video below.   Chime in with your thoughts on the forum.

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  -- by Justin Banner   With the continued success of the RTR brand, Vaughn Gittin Jr is looking forward to unleashing his style onto the 2015 Mustang. The RTR crew released teaser images and information on the new RTR and what they are sharing for the new S550 chassis is going to be very exciting.   The 2015 Ford Mustang RTR will be built in Spec 1 and Spec 2 versions that will

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Marcus SlaterThe Mustang SourceAnother day, another batch of speculative renders of the 2015 Mustang. I don't blame them. Ford has done exceptionally well at hiding the design of the next-gen stang. Besides the spy shots people have captured of the car out testing, there've been no real solid leads on what the thing will actually look like. I'm assuming these most recent pics are based around the prototypes that've been spied testing. Honestly, I'm not

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by John CoyleMustang ForumsFan's wondering what's in store for the 2014 Mustang just got a big hint from Ford Design Chief J. Mays. He just told AutoWeek that the final design is being "locked down" right now, and that there's "no way" we'll be seeing retro styling on the new Pony. Given that the next generation will mark 50 years of the Mustang, the temptation to reference a classic seems reasonable, but since the company

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