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No More Saleen For The Ford Mustang

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011:

It looks like the best Saleen cars have come to an end, since the parent company Revstone announced plans to ceise manufacturing the performance Ford Mustangs. A sad day for the tuning world, especially in the states since the Mustang is one of the most popular cars to modify these days. Hopefully, something better will come. They want to focus on other aftermarket performance parts, and will stop production of the S302 come the third quarter of 2011. As seen in previous articles here on Fancy Tuning, the S302 Ford Mustang GT features an aftermarket body kit, sport suspension, and limited slip differential for boosted performance.

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2010 Saleen 435S Ford Mustang GT

Sunday, July 26th, 2009:


Despite a lawsuit between Steve Saleen and Saleen Performance Vehicles, the new 2010 Saleen 435S Ford Mustang GT will have a variety of new performance parts. Right now there is a pending lawsuit between Steve Saleen and MJ Acquisitions, who now own Saleen Performance Vehicles, in which Steve Saleen does not want his name used anymore for future vehicles. However, until the lawsuit is settled MJ Acquisitions is allowed to release as many Saleen branded models as they’d like. So this week at a Mustang enthusiasts event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, they launched the new 435S Mustang based off the Ford Mustang GT. The redesigned Mustang comes fitted with a Saleen Series VI supercharger that outputs 435 hp and 425 ft-lbs of torque from the well sized 4.6-liter V8.

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