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Ford's 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 Price Sheet Leaked.

When it was revealed that Ford's (( F ) new ( 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 would come with a starting price tag of $70,300, the price of the racing stripes on the iconic car may have been overlooked until the price sheet was leaked.

The stripes on any Mustang model is a demanded look that one could expect to pay more for but how much more? According to the price sheet revealed by ( Mustang6G , the price of painted stripes on the ( GT500 will set a buyer back at least $10,000. But if a buyer is looking to capitalize on the striped style of the Mustang GT500, they can opt for vinyl stripes for only $1,000.

Other addable options on the sports car will cost as well, including the Carbon Fiber Track package that is priced at $18,500, according to the news outlet. The Carbon Fiber Track package reportedly includes 20-inch carbon wheels, adjustable top-mounted struts, adjustable rear wing, thick-bolstered Recaro seats, rear-seat delete, and front splitter wickers.

The technology package on the GT500 will set buyers back another $3,000 but does include an upgraded stereo, blind-spot monitoring, memory-position mirrors, power driver seats, and puddle lamps, which were designed to display a snake on the ground, according to the GT500 price sheet.

Buyers of the GT500 can also reportedly select from the Handling package that includes a Gurney flap and splitter wickers, costing an additional $1,500, or a black roof for $695, carbon fiber instrument panel for $1,000, and the Recaro seat fitment for $1,500.

Other price increases on the GT500 include a $1,095 destination fee and $2,600 gas guzzler tax, putting the base price of the car at $73,995. ( Ford said the GT500 will be available this fall.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.68 percent as market close on Monday.

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Publication:International Business Times - US ed.
Date:Aug 27, 2019
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