2002 GT coupe, yellow, 5 speed, Cobra R wheels, built engine for 800 HP capability. Great street driveabilty through flashed factory computer. My ride has 550 RWHP Dyno jet confirmed. .020 over, ported and polished heads, Houston performance blower cams, CP pistons and CP rods, Cobra crank, Bullitt intake, 60 lbph injectors , Pro-M80 Mass air, Accufab throttle body, 17 lbs of boost with a Vortech S-trim (smaller pulley) , Bosch by-pass, Anderson Ford power pipe, Centerforce Stage II clutch, Nitto 3.15s' ( don't drive a 300 + HP sreet car with the factory rear tire) You'll lose it at some point. I built this car as a sleeper but when it pulls up next to you it will expose itself. Awesome idle. A 75 shot of nitrous and how about that magic 600HP? A little extra for the really fast ones. All this and leather, 6 cd player, P/W, PDL's, A/C, P/S, P/B, Cruise,. Didn't have any of that in my first hot rod, a Nassau blue '56 2 door post Bel Air. Final engine .060 over open chambered 427 with tunnel ram, General Kinetics flat tappet cam. Ported and polished heads, Hooker adjustable headers, 5.14 Rear ratio, 10.5 M&H. 12.17 (no suspension) transferred all running gear to a setup for drag racing '67 Camaro. Ist run 11.56 @ 124. Eventually made a 10.84 @ 129. Got married and you know the rest of the story. By the way I guarantee you that from a 10mph roll my Mustang would out pull that Camaro. Mustang has 17,794 miles as this post is written. Not even a door peck in it. Never been driven in the rain. Only drive with 0% chance of rain. This is my baby. This is a street car and capable of 20 mpg at 60 mph with the cruise. My '67 Camaro would have been lucky to get 2 MPGs'