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Are you in the market for a new Mustang that is a bit more special than the standard fare? Well, you are in luck. The Mustang RTR was developed by drifting legend Vaughn Gittin Jr. 

Based on 2011 For Mustang GT, the RTR features all manners of an upgrade that your dealer could install for you to make your pony car more like the drift machine Gittin spins in Formula D. The car that was produced by Gittin and his tea, is now up for auction and for starters the 2010 Ford Mustang RTR-C is cloaked entirely in carbon fiber. Intricately laid and matched in painstaking fashion inspired by Pagani Zonda. 

The 4.6-liter V8 was supercharged to deliver 550 horsepower, K&N filters, custom headers, Bosch Platinum spark plugs, beefed-up anti-roll bars, six-piston front/four-piston rear breaks and an interior stripped out and fitted with Sparco seats and harnesses. 

There is still no price available, but it will be revealed at the action next month a the Barrett-Jackson sale in Connecticut. 

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