Shelby Automobiles announced two new cars at the SEMA Show in Vegas back in November, and here we've got a little closer look at them.

The one on the right is the CS 6, based on the V6-powered Mustang but with a Paxton supercharger pumping out over 350+ hp. Other performance parts include wheels from American Racing Wheels, Baer Brakes and a Borla Exhaust. Shelby also developed its own hood, fascia and grille for the car that set it apart from the ponies out there. The end result is a Mustang that lighter on its feet than the V8 model with more power. The visual enhancements alone will cost $5,499 and the whole package with the performance parts as well will go for $14,999. Orders are being taken now for when Shelby Autos begin upgrading customers' cars next March.

The second Mustang from Shelby was done in conjunction with the pimps over at West Coast Customs. This time they used a V8 GT model and again supercharged it to produce over 500 hp. Aside from the obvious exterior mods, WCC also did up the interior Xzibit-style with a 7-inch monitor, DVD player, three 10-inch woofers in the trunk and two amps. Only 25 examples of the WCC Shelby Mustang will be made, with no word on how much these things will cost.


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