Super Rare 2010 Ford Mustang Hurst Edition

 CARSCOOPS:Ford built the Mustang Hurst Edition as the pace car for the final race of the 2009 Ford Racing Mustang Challenge and once its pace car duties were done, 50 examples were made for the general public. This particular 2010 Mustang Hurst Edition is a Convertible and number 2 out of those 50 units.


The exterior finish of the Hurst Edition immediately makes it stand out when compared to a regular Mustang GT of the day as it is painted in Performance White and has gold racing stripes stretching over the hood and tailgate. The muscle car also rocks forged 20-inch aluminum wheels with gold accents and sports large Hurst stickers on the front fenders.


Found in the cabin of the Mustang Hurst Edition is cream-colored leather upholstery with contrasting charcoal trim. The front seats have been embroidered with the Hurst logo and there is also a unique shifter. Other than these features, the interior is largely the same as any other Mustang GT from this era.


Powering the car is a 4.6-liter V8 rocking a Roush supercharger and pumping out 435 hp and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque. The Mustang also has a high-flow K&N air filter and a Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust while the aforementioned forged wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich g-force TA KDW tires measuring 245/40 at all four corners.


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