2006 Foose Stallion Mustang

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Foose design and Unique Performance announced in 2005, that they were going to launch a limited edition Mustang series. The caption was 3000 units per year. The famous designer Chip Foose one told, that it was his dream to create a limited edition street car. The collaboration with Unique Performance guys made this dream come true. Foose’s job was to design Stallion’s looks. And he did great – he revised styling by changing front grille, the hood, added some scoops and lowered the car, did custom graphics. Unique Performance, of course, did the performance job including race front and rear coil springs and anti-sway bars, billet rear-trailing arms, tower brace, 4-piston brakes with cross drilled rotors, JBA high flow exhaust, sports filter, etc.

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