The first retail production-ready example of the 2015 Ford Mustang GT has been sold to a customer already. The American buyer got the Mustang this week at the Barrett-Jackson Auction hosted in Scottsdale, Arizona.
West Coast Customs took a 2012 Ford Mustang and retrofitted it with a 1967 Mustang fastback replica body. They painted the car matte black, and decked it out with neon blue lights in the grill and around the rims. Love the Neon blue light
Ford has introduced a one-off variant of the 2015 Mustang GT called Lightning II Edition. As its name implies, the pony car draws inspiration from the Lockheed Martin fighter jet used by the United States Air Force.The one-off Mustang stand.