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2013 Mustang to get GT500 styling cues, increase in horsepower
I'm in the works on getting a new mustang and good thing I waited I'm getting the new shelby 2013 with the 620 HP when it comes out. Hopefully the world will be around after 2012 to enjoy it. I'm going to be a guy soon.
Last edited by defiance772; 08-16-2011 at 09:43 AM.
Have to say I'm kinda jealous. I love the looks of the Shelbys. On the other hand I do like the new tail lights so depending on how the new ones come out I might prefer what I have. To be honest I like the change in tail lights from what they were in 05-09.
I can see two things happening with the way the HP numbers are starting to climb: The insurance rates will go through the roof or Ford will begin to limit the power, especially with the mandated MPG requirements steadily on the rise.
Many Mustang fans will also be happy to know that the controversial taillight design first seen on the 2010 Mustang have also gone on the chopping block for 2013, giving way to a lights that run straight across the back of the car rather than angling towards the front.
****ing NICE! 2013 Mustang sounds like a winner already. All they needed to fix was the rear, though. I like the '12 GT front end better than the '12 GT500.
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