What Is the Monroe Handler Mustang?Last Updated September 9, 2020
The Monroe Handler Mustang was built in 1977 by Monroe Shocks and Hot Rod magazine. This Mustang featured a number of improvements such as a Roush-tuned 363 CID engine capable of producing 400 horsepower and an upgraded exterior with fenders and other enhancements.
The Track Pack was an optional package Ford offered Mustang GT buyers starting in the 2010 year. This optional upgrade consisted of features that enhanced performance such as 3.73 axle, front and rear stabilizer bars, and retuned shocks and struts.
The Mustang Shelby GT500KR was equipped with a 428 cu-in Cobra Jet V8 engine that produced 335 horsepower. The GT500KR made its first appearance in February 1968. To celebrate 40 years, Ford released a 2008 version of the GT500KR that featured a 5.4L supercharged V8 producing 540 horsepower.
The SMS 302 Mustang is based off the 2011 Mustang GT and is capable of producing over 440 horsepower with an option of adding a supercharger on top of that. Other upgrades included an aggressive new body kit, new springs, front struts, rear shocks and linkages, and upgraded brakes.
The Stampede Edition Mustang was a special promotion for Texas and Oklahoma dealers in 2006 to help boost Mustang sales. 500 Stampede Edition Mustangs were produced, each with an engraved numbered plaque to verify its authenticity. The special edition featured some upgrades to the interior and exterior.