• Aug 30th 2010 at 9:58AM
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2011 Ford Mustang V6 DUB Edition - Click above for high-res image gallery

Back in May, Ford showed off the first of what will likely be many special edition Mustangs based on the 2011 model: the DUB Edition Package. Available on the Mustang V6, the DUB Edition features an assortment of Roush aero components, a Ford Accessories hood scoop, stripe package, lowering springs, 3:31 gears, DUB-embroidered headrests and, of course, 20-inch TIS wheels with Pirelli tires.

Starting next week, the DUB Mustang will be available at Ford dealers across United States and Canada, kicked off by a launch party at Galpin Ford in Van Nuys, CA this weekend. Pricing has also been announced for the package, which carries an MSRP of $3,599.00 plus an additional $100 for shipping. DUB says that its contract calls for at least 1,000 of the limited edition pony cars to be built through 2012, with the possibility of a V8 version being added in the future.

[Source: Galpin Ford]

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      • 4 Years Ago
      Considering only old dudes and divorced women buy mustangs, it does seem a little odd of a badge.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Hate to burst your bubble. But as a car's sales price rises above $35k the average age of the buyer leaps towards 40. And, as the price of the car increases so does the age of the average buyer, and it never goes the other way. This goes for all vehicles regardless of make or model. It's that way because younger types on average don't earn enough to buy a vehicle at that price point. Those that do are in the statistical minority.

        So, if you're wondering why you always see a person in their 40s-50s driving a Porsche, Corvette, Camaro, Mustang GT or for that matter ANY car that is considered desirable... It's because they can.

        And, no. I'm not in my 40s or 50s, I'm 37. But, I have been accused of having an old man's car!
        • 4 Years Ago
        So true Travis,
        And those women are always sporting the bottle blond hair color.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Your comment is beyond ignorant.

        Every single person I know who owns a Mustang doesn't fit your description.
        • 4 Years Ago
        My comment was a respond to another post, oh well. As for my ride, no sir. At 6'2, 250lbs I'd look down right silly driving around in one of those, though I do respect Honda as a manufacturer. Good try though DCMike.

        Also for central New York old guys and old ladies are the only ones I see driving mustangs/camaros/challengers, well not so much challengers. My average commute I'll see anywhere from 10-30 a day. In fact yesterday on my way to work I was side by side with a camaro ss, and the man driving it was either late 50's maybe low 60s. He stalled that SOB at every light, I couldn't stop laughing.

        NightFlight, your comment took the same direction as mine so according to you, your comment is beyond ignorant. Also a wonderful try but a logical failure at best.
        • 4 Years Ago
        So I'm old and/or a divorced woman? Because I own a Mustang and I'm neither. I'm 28, a male, and have never been married (thank god).

        Your logic is flawed. Flawed only for one reason, you've not once seen the statistics on who's buying what. You're only going on from what you've "seen". And who's to say that you're actually telling the truth? It's the Internet.

        I can make the assumption that you're a typical New York Giants fan and say you're the ultimate d**che. But would I be right? I might be, but it's hard to say because I haven't met you, nor have I studied a typical New York Giant fan.
      • 4 Years Ago
      @Travis This 27 year old married man with a 2006 Mustang GT begs to differ.
      • 4 Years Ago
      • 4 Years Ago
      Not digging the grille and the 'DUB' emblem. I'm sticking with the mustang to keep the car's heritage alive.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Considering what you get for the money, not too bad. Don't exactly love the wheels, but it's not a bad price for the items. Too bad they are limiting which models it's available to.
      • 4 Years Ago
      If you take this version over a plain Jane 5.0 GT...

      ...You totally blew it.

      The Boss302 has me completely captivated. A blacked out Boss... Damn. Nice and neat with the graphics deleted. I wonder what options will be available? I wasn't a Mustang guy until this last model. And to think that my current car is paid off next April... What a coincidence!

      What was this article about again? Oh... DUBs no 5.0?

      [goto line 1]
      • 4 Years Ago
      It's a damn shame that there are "enthusiasts" out there that would pay money for this rather than have an awesome, modern, DOHC screamer that is the 5.0 engine. I remember being a junior in high school, saving my pennies while washing dishes all in the hopes of owning a V8 pony car. Sure, I could've bought a V6 version, but even at the tender age of 16, I knew it just wasn't the same. I could hear the conversation now...

      Friend - "Wow, sweet ride man, I really dig the wheels! Is it a V8?"

      Me - "Well, um, no. It's a...V6"

      (Awkward silence while buyer's remorse sets in)

      • 4 Years Ago

      A DUB edition Mustang? I HATE seeing DUB stickers on ghetto-fied 300's and Chargers enough, but on a Mustang????
      • 4 Years Ago
      The boss should of came black with flat black graphics too in my own opinion. and this is not bad at all but you could have something with better wheels a lot cheaper than this.
      • 4 Years Ago
      ford again has been smart. A hood intake always does a better job of providing more power when it isn't connected to the engine at all.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I wouldn't call it "out of style" rather "classic"!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Drop the badging and wheels, and the rest is not bad.
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