Ford Motor Co. says it will build a race-ready version of the ’05 Mustang that will cost in “the $100,000 ballpark” and be available this this spring. The car, built off the GT-R concept shown at the New York Auto Show, will carry a litany of Ford Racing-engineered modifications intended to prepare it for track use. Tweaks include a 5L V-8 built by Ford Racing that is capable of about 420 hp. Ford to offer race-ready Mustang. The vehicle is not street legal, the spokesman says, and ...

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