For $ 89,000, you’ll get your Ford GT and Mustang cables in zero to 60 designs.

Want a Ford GT but got a Mustang (or can only extend)? This creation, called GTT, which stands for Grand Turismo Tribute, seeks to unite the two.

The car is made by the California Tuner Zero to 60 design and features styling elements from the Ford GT such as front splitter, extended eyebrow line, hood vent and mock side body line, but on the body of a Mustang. The rear has similarly changed the features of the Ford GT-style tail light, but four have been used instead of the two units of the supercar.

Unlike the Ford GT, the engine is still on the front and it is still a V8. More specifically, it is a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 that has been upgraded with a ProCharger Stage 2 supercharger kit that brings up to 750 hp of power on wheels transmitted via the Getrag MT-82 6-speed manual transmission. However, these wheels have 22-inch HRE P204 rims wrapped in continental tires.

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The body kit is not just a matter of rage for the haters, Ford himself. The brand previously stated that “the Mustang and the GT have important design elements that make them both unique and unique as Ford performance cars.” A Ford spokesman told Carscopes in 2016 that “Ford’s legal advisers are investigating how the matter can be dealt with.”

Whether the car is in the legal gray area or not, the paint job must feature a gray area and a dual black racing stripe below the center. The interior has also changed, albeit more subtly than the exterior, featuring the Alcantara with black leather and red stitching on the recarro seat, as well as an Alcantara steering wheel and headliner.

Additional upgrades include a 3-inch exhaust with a magnaflow muffler, Eibach coilover suspension, and a brambo brake with a six-piston caliper on the front and a three-piston on the rear.

This example is currently for sale from Streetcarmarket and is priced at $ 89,000 or so, which is much lower than you would expect to pay for a Ford GT, but much higher than you would expect to pay for a Mustang. Located in Glendora, California, this GT has only 17,000 miles.

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