Considering that not every bloke out there can pay for the 2009 RTR-C presented at the SEMA show, Vaughn Gittin Jr. has recently released a Ford Mustang that fits more pockets. At a retail price of $44,500, Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s Ford Mustang RTR is a good choice. Plus, it’s also good for those that don’t consider Shelby, Saleen or Roush to be on their liking.
There have been some body modifications made, and components added: new side splitters, an aluminum spoiler and a diffuser for the car’s rear, and spoiler and splitters for the front as well. Some 19 x 9.5 inch pin spoke wheels finished in a charcoal-like color tie it to the ground.
To make it special and to emphasize its tuned state, there are some logos printed on the gauges, floor and power outlet cover, plus the serial number plate is also signed by Gittin. In terms of mechanics, a new K&N air filter has been added, and the engine produced 16 more HP – 5.0-liter V8 that develops around 400 HP.
The car is meant for the lower-budget market, but every customer can choose any types of modifications to it, with the according price-raise, of course.
It’ll run on Falken FK452 tires, with upgraded front-brake rotors and lower springs and sway-bars for both the rear and front. The FRPP shocks and struts don’t make the ride any smoother though, according to the people that have already tested it. In spite of this, we just like to consider it a low-cost supercar.