2011 Ford Mustang SPX by Galpin Auto Sports

Fans of the Ford Mustang itching to get their hands on the latest special edition version of the muscle car will be delighted to know that Galpin Auto Sports, together with SPX Corporation, is building one exclusively for the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in January.

The proceeds of the sale will benefit the St. Jude Children’s Hospital so at the very least, your bids will go to a very worthy cause. But what should really get you going about this special edition Mustang is the number of improvements Galpin did to turn it into an even more powerful piece of muscle.

Inspired by the legendary Mustang Boss 429 , this particular Mustang will carry a 5.0-liter V8 engine that has been taken to a whole new level thanks to upgrades that include a Ford Racing supercharger, Comp Cams camshafts, and a Bassani exhaust system. All that has taken the output of the Galpin Mustang to a staggering 700 horsepower.

On top of the massive engine upgrade, the Galpin Mustang will also carry aesthetic improvements, including a Candy Apple Red Pearl PPG paint scheme, a Roush billet aluminum grille, the original 1969 Boss 429 hood, a Boss 302 Laguna Seca rear spoiler, and a set of 21" and 22" Forgiato wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires.

The car is interesting enough on its own merit to have active bidders when it goes under the hammer at Barrett-Jackson, but if you add that all your bids will end up being for a good cause, then you should have no problem shooting for the moon when bidding.

UPDATE 10/20/11: We’ve just learned that the 700-horsepower Mustang by Galpin Auto Sports will be making its world debut at the 2011 SEMA Auto Show ahead of its auction date at Barrett-Jackson next January. Be sure to check out this completely modded Mustang before a lucky bidder drives home with it next year.

UPDATE 12/29/11: After being announced as a prototype back in August, the Mustang SPX is finally ready and waiting for its new customer. For those interested, this car will be available at the Barrett-Jackson auction in January 2011. All proceeds will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital: "Cancer affects so many families across America and we’re very excited at the opportunity to utilize our talents to help raise money to fight this terrible disease," said GAS President Beau Boeckmann. "We’re honored SPX chose us as the shop to build this vehicle. Once completed, this car has tremendous potential to raise a lot of money for an organization that benefits a great cause."


9 comments:

Wow! I’m totally impressed with this magnificent car! Excellent body kit, and it looks so hot in red. The wheels are also boasting with swag. I’ll give a perfect 10 for this car.

If this car was a chic I’d probably whistle on her. The side skirts are perfect, and rims matches the overall body kit, but wait until you see what’s under that hood!

I am so impressed with the design of Galpin Auto Sports. This is so fabulous on the platform and the exterior design with the wheels made it look so classy in a sporty way as well. Anyway, the engine performance is so impressive.

I just hate the front hood design of this Mustang, but eventually the wheels let me forget my disappointment Aside from that, the 700horsepower of it really impressed me a lot.

Wow! Look at that! The wheels really speaks for this Mustang! I am really impressed! Adding with its metallic red paint, what else can we ask for a Mustang? Really amazing and outstanding.

I love its wheels! It is so cool on that and even its sleek red body paint is somewhat looking very awesome on this sports car and it engine and powerful horsepower are absolutely striking.

Well, with all the modification made on the vehicle, the worked of Galpin Auto Sports really impressed me. The car looks so sporty as well as its details! This is such an awesome production vehicle.

unbelievable, the 700 hp in the power output of the car is quite impressive for a muscle car. Well, I guess Ford has made a good decision about the continuous production for this lined up.

I’m not fond of Mustang, so I’m not one of those people who had itchy hands after seeing this. However, what really caught my attention is the wheel of the car, it some kind of different from other Mustang productions.

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