"Everything we did is consistent with and links directly back to our 1970 heritage. The reflective stripes and hockey stick graphic, in particular, mean something to Mustang enthusiasts," said Dave Pericak, Mustang chief engineer. "Last year, we proved the car had what it takes to perform, and this year we focused on enhancing its eye-catching looks and celebrating its history."
Supervisor Laguna Seca has new Sterling Gray intonations and will be accessible in vintage School Bus Yellow and dark paint offerings, supplemented by hockey stick stripes and dim inside back cross-prop. Dim likewise sets off the front grille, mirror tops and back platform spoiler, while Laguna Seca back badging and one of a kind two-tone dim and silver wheels round out the outside accents. Not at all like the past model, the rooftop won't highlight hued emphasizes.
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