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Ford has unveiled the Eagle Squadron Mustang GT at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Designed to pay tribute to the Eagle Squadron and the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary, the one-off model was jointly developed with professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. His involvement in the project is clearly visible as the car has been equipped with an RTR carbon fiber widebody kit. The changes don’t stop there as the Mustang has a front spoiler, canards and an RTR illuminated grille. Designers also installed aerodynamic side skirts and a Gurney flap on the existing rear spoiler. Lastly, the car was given...

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Ken Block's methanol-fueled Hoonicorn may be the best-known Mustang drift car on the planet these days, but Number 43 hasn't been hooning around with 'Stangs on the public stage nearly as long as Vaughn Gittin Jr.While Block has managed to turn his motorsports exploits into an international multimedia and merchandise machine, Gitten has taken a more traditional track (no pun intended) to spread his personal brand: lending his image and expertise to the creation of a special Ford Mustang street car.  But Gittin's street-legal Ford Mustang RTR, as his special-edition 'Stang is called, is far from one of those paint-and-sticker...

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Formula Drift champion Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s Mustang acronym is fitting Formula Drift champ Vaughn Gittin Jr. didn’t grow up lusting after the Mustangs that have since made him famous. Instead, like so many budding car enthusiasts of a certain young age, long before he could drive, he worshipped the Lamborghini Countach displayed on his bedroom wall. A poster of it hung in a place of votive honor. That Countach lust lasted all the way through to one transformative event. “I drove one,” he said. Never drive your heroes. After that, you’d think muscle cars would be a natural for Gittin,...

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