Ford and Petty’s Garage, run by none other than Richard Petty, have announced a new special edition Ford Mustang designed by the modifications house.
Petty’s customized Mustang is almost identical to the concept shown at the 2014 SEMA show, with the tuning outfit deciding to bring it to life. The specialty 2015 Mustang will be produced in limited quantities, with only 143 units are slated to be sold to the public.
100 of these will be Stage 1 models, meaning that they will sport 627 horsepower thanks to a Ford Racing/Roush supercharger bolted on to the pony’s already-potent Coyote 5.0-liter V8. And if that’s not enough to sway you, then you should also know that the Stage 1 models also feature a MagnaFlow center exhaust and HRE Freeform wheels. A custom Petty’s Garage bodykit enhances the regular Mustang’s style and even includes stock-car inspired spoiler. Inside, the dashboard is autographed by sir Richard Petty himself and custom upholstery rounds out the interior upgrades.
The 43 cars are a little more special. They cradle the same 627 horsepower supercharged 5.0-liter Coyote V8, but feature a host of other upgrades. These Mustangs are titled Stage 2 and feature a Wildwood brake system upgrade, with Petty blue painted calipers, blue trimmed 20-inch forged HRE wheels and a two-tone black-and-Petty blue paint scheme. The units also feature the sacred number 43 ghosted onto the roof pillars.
Those in the market for one of these special edition Mustangs should also know the price: a Stage 1 Petty Ford Mustang will set you back $62,410. If you’re looking at the more exclusive and limited Stage 2, that will be $92,410. Fortunately, those prices also include the cost for the donor 2015 Ford Mustang used in the conversion.
Orders for the Richard Petty Mustangs are now being taken at dealerships nationwide, and our guess is that they’re going to move pretty quickly. So walk, run, or — better yet — drive quickly (yet safely) to the closest Ford dealership to order yours.