Saleen celebrates a 30 year anniversary in the best of ways

Time to open some new credit cards, prep your bank account, and maybe sell some family heirlooms because Saleen, the royalty of Mustang, is about to launch a new car this September.

The new 30-Year Championship Commemorative Edition is based on the sixth-generation Ford Mustang GT. This Saleen will sport a 5-liter DOHC V8 with a 3.2-liter liquid-cooled supercharger. The bonus: Their will be a road version and a track version! The road version will put out 730 horsepower, while the track model will produce a massive 750 horsepower. That’s nice.

The cars will showcase a special black, white, and gold color scheme, and both models will closely resemble one another.

Now for the scary news. These new Mustangs aren’t cheap, and when they come available in September, it’ll set you back a cool $87,000 to drive one home. But don’t spend too much time wondering about whether or not to buy, because there are only 30 coming off the line.

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