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2019 Gulf Heritage Edition Mustang Costs $140,000

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We recently talked about a Gulf livery Mustang that Roush Performance will unveil at McCall’s Motorworks Revival this week. The big thing about that car is that Roush has custom painted it in the iconic blue and orange Gulf racing livery and strapped a Roush supercharger to the car. A Ford dealership called Brown Lee Ford has announced that it is doing something very similar and these cars are available to the general public.

Brown Lee Ford will build up to 119 of the cars if that many buyers willing to plunk down the massive $139,995 asking price for the Gulf Heritage Edition Mustang. The dealer will build the car on either the coupe or convertible 2019 or 2020 Ford Mustang GT. Buyers of the Gulf Heritage Edition Mustang can opt for the 10-speed automatic or the 6-speed manual. The major upgrade to the Gulf Heritage Edition Mustang GT is the Gulf livery paint job that looks nearly identical in the front to that the single teaser image that Roush released of its special car this week.

Other than a new paint job, the Gulf Heritage Edition Mustang gets a full custom interior with leather and Alcantara seating that has Gulf racing accents on it. The special car can be built on versions with or without Recaro seats. Upping the power is a 3.0-liter Stage 2 Supercharger, air to water intercooler, upgraded fuel injectors, and high-flow induction system. The car has a special Gulf Mustang front grille delete, rear decklid with the Gulf logo, CarbonAero front splitter, carbon fiber side sills, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler with gurney lip.

The car also features lowered sport suspension with springs only on magnetic ride cars and coilovers on non-magnetic ride cars. Brakes feature Gulf orange 6-piston calipers with 15.1-inch rotors front and 4-piston calipers rear. The wheels are 20-inch alloy units in gloss gunmetal shod in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tires. The tires measure 285/30ZR20 front, 305/30ZR20 rear. The cars are dyno tuned and come with a special plaque calling out the build number out of 119 units.

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Source: Brown Lee Ford

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Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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