SEMA 2007: Roush P-51A Mustang lands

Click on image above for high-res gallery of the Roush P-51A Mustang

Say what you want about all the numerous types of Mustangs, but you have to admit that this is one that deserves the attention. Roush's latest Mustang, the P-51A, is the most powerful one to date at 510 horsepower and 510 lb-ft torque, and features styling cues based off of the P-51 fighter plane that played a key role in World War II. The new Mustang features completely forged internals including pistons, connecting rods, and crankshaft that allows for higher horsepower from a brand new supercharger system. The 3-year/36,000 mile warranty is also retained on this macho muscle car. Visually the P-51A is a stunner, with a Roush body kit, black high flow grille, a silver and green paint scheme replicating the airplane, and red and yellow shields that pay tribute to the 357th Fighters Group. Only 100 will be produced at a price tag just north of $65,000. Seeing how Roush hasn't had a problem quickly selling out of its previous special edition Mustangs, we'd venture to guess that this one will go pretty quickly, as well.

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