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  • Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR
  • Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Ford collaborate on a Mustang.
  • Image Credit: Ford
  • Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR
  • Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Ford collaborate on a Mustang.
  • Image Credit: Ford
  • Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR
  • Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Ford collaborate on a Mustang.
  • Image Credit: Ford
  • Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR
  • Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Ford collaborate on a Mustang.
  • Image Credit: Ford
  • Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR
  • Vaughn Gittin Jr. and Ford collaborate on a Mustang.
  • Image Credit: Ford
Ford is offering a limited-edition Mustang for 2019 called the Series 1 Mustang RTR. Built as a collaboration with Vaughn Gittin Jr. and his RTR team, the car consists mostly of aesthetic modifications to a Performance Pack 1-equipped Mustang GT or EcoBoost.

The one big performance enhancement it does get, though, is a Ford Performance suspension with adjustable sway bars. When you see Gittin Jr., it's normally in a Mustang sliding sideways, so that's why this Mustang gets the adjustable suspension. You can set it up to best suit track time, drifting, drag strip runs or normal road driving. It's compatible with both the standard shocks and MagneRide suspension option. A 19-inch wheel package finishes the running gear changes.

To set it apart from your run-of-the-mill Mustangs, the Series 1 changes up the front end design with an RTR grille, lighting and graphics package. An aero package is highlighted by a spoiler with an RTR gurney flap. Of course, there are plenty of RTR badges throughout, and you get a serialized dash plaque for authenticity. There will only be 500 Series 1 Mustang RTRs made for the 2019 model year.

This whole package will be treated as a dealer installed option, and comes with the normal Ford warranty for the Mustang. It's slated to be available at dealerships in early 2019 for the time being. Chances are that buying this won't turn you into a drifter like Gittin Jr., but you can get a Mustang with some of the looks now.

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