By Nick Aziz
Monday, Apr 10th, 2006 @ 3:48 pm
Ford has unveiled the Mustang GT "California Special" -- the first new 'Stang in a series of planned V8 "feature cars." The car pays homage to the original California Special model produced in 1968. The car also draws some cues from the 2007 Shelby model. In addition to unique exterior styling cues, the interior gets bright-polished and satin-aluminum finished items and black leather seats with unique Cal Special Dove or Parchment "GT Leather"? inserts. Under the good, there's a unique engine cover that gives the engine compartment the kind of dressed-up look. The 2007 Mustang GT/CS goes on sale later this summer. The GT Cal Special option package adds $1,895 to the price of a Mustang GT. Ford also makes mention of the Bullitt, Mach 1, and Boss, suggesting they could be among the other special edition Mustangs.

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