Why I’m bidding on the 2013 Ford Mustang GT

I’ve got a lot of respect for Ford, the carmaker that I consider to be one of the most important in the history of the automotive industry.

I’ve driven a Mustang GT in every way possible, from a factory-fresh pre-owned to the one-of-a-kind 2013 model that is the perfect example of what a Mustang should be.

But it’s also important to note that I’m not a Mustang fan.

The Mustang GT is a car that is almost always in my top five favorites of all time.

The GT was my first Mustang, my first hot rod, and my first car that I bought from Ford.

I am one of those people that love to talk about cars, and this Mustang is probably the best example of that.

I’m the one that said the GT was the best Mustang in my collection.

I love it, and I’m always going to want to buy it.

But for years, I’ve been looking for a 2013 Ford Shelby GT500, and in my quest for a new car, I stumbled upon a great deal.

The 2013 Ford GT500 has just been released, and it’s going to set the world on fire in its performance and handling.

The Mustang GT500 will have some pretty significant upgrades, but it’s still a car you can build and enjoy.

The car will have a more aggressive stance and larger wheelbase than the 2013 model, so the 2013 GT500 won’t look out of place in the modern sports car arena.

The 2013 Mustang GT will be available with either an all-wheel drive system or a manual transmission.

The manual transmission will be more economical, because it’s not the most efficient system, but the automatic will offer more power than the manual.

This Mustang will have the most torque available to it, making it an even more fun, exciting car to drive.

The engine is expected to be a 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V-6, which is very similar to the V-8 in the 2013 Mustang.

The new engine will be capable of delivering 300 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque.

There will also be a turbocharger, which will be located just beneath the hood, which produces an impressive 200 hp and 290 lb-foot of torque with a compression ratio of 1.050.

The base price of the 2013 Shelby GT 500 will be $54,000, but that’s not all the car has to offer.

The base price will increase to $70,000 if you opt for the automatic transmission, but you can add on the optional performance package if you want more.

The option packages include upgraded suspension, upgraded brakes, a larger wheel base, and a rear spoiler.

You can also add on a power-steering package, but I’m more of a stickler for the power steering package, so I won’t be buying one.

The car will also come with a new suspension system that will make it easier to drive, but there will be a price increase for this upgrade.

It’s going be $2,700, but depending on how much of a power seller you are, you may be able to get away with just $1,100 less.

There are other upgrades that will be added to the 2013 car, but we won’t get into that here.

The 2017 Mustang GT gets a sport suspension with an optional coil-over suspension.

I can’t get enough of that stuff, but these shocks will be very expensive.

The suspension will also include an adjustable rear sway bar, which has a higher-ratio arm, so you can adjust the ride height and adjust the suspension to your liking.

I think it’s a great feature that makes the car a bit more comfortable to drive and is definitely something that is really worth paying extra for.

The top-of_the-line suspension will be on the inside, so that the suspension will ride more like the front end of a sports car.

The top-end suspension will add a shock absorbing element that will help absorb impact from the rear wheels and the front tires.

It will also have a larger, lower-ratial travel shock, which I find to be quite a bit better than a standard rear shock.

The rear shock will have adjustable damping, which can be adjusted in various ways, but in general, I find the suspension system to be pretty good.

It should be able get you from zero to 60 mph in a mere 3.5 seconds.

This is the most aggressive of the upgrades for the Shelby GT, but if you do opt for a manual, the manual transmission offers an additional six-speed automatic.

The automatic transmission is rated at 200 horsepower and 270 lb-lb of torque, and can be fitted with either a five-speed manual or a six-speedy six-pot, which also makes it possible to have an extra six gears on the front axle.

The two-speed six-pin shifter is also available.

The automatic transmission can be used