In 1968, four years after launching the Mustang, Ford created the Mach One performance model, yielding a world-wide fan base. It combined the classic looks of the Mustang with astounding performance thanks to fire-breathing V8s stuffed under the hood. The car went on to win numerous road races, proving it was more than just a pretty face. The latest Ford Mach One still has the looks, but is even more potent, with a 480-hp engine linked to a 10-speed (yes, TEN!) SelectShift automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual for the traditionalist. Those planning to use the car on DE days at Homestead need to check off the Handling Package option box that combines a Tremac 6-speed manual transmission, Gurney Flap spoiler and sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires at every corner with room in the trunk for your golf clubs. This latest Mach One just might make Camaros an endangered species; Ford.com.
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