Back to the story at hand, as continued from my post this morning.

Until recently, I did not know that Metro Ford had anything interesting in their inventory, but I was wrong. Very wrong. I had never seen anything other than a few Fiesta/Focus STs before last night. As I was driving by the dealership on my way to a clarinet lesson, something caught my eye. I don’t have any pictures of some of their truly interesting cars (and the pictures I have are very bad due to the lighting), as they had probably been stored away by the time I returned at 9:30 PM. One such car was a yellow Dodge Viper. They also have at least five SVT Raptors.

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Here’s an example of one of their special cars:

This is a (assumed replica of the) 1978 Indy 500 Corvette Pace Car.

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See? It says so on the side.

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You may notice that there is an interesting Mustang parked next to the Corvette. “What kind of Mustang is it?” you may ask. I’ll tell you.

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As you can see, it is a Mustang Boss 302. But still, not just any Boss 302.

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See that red cross brace in the back? That means that this is a Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition. Special, special car. There was also a green, “regular” Boss 302.

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BMW M5, anyone?

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Crappy shot to show that it is indeed an M5.

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I think this is a Mustang that’s been modified by Saleen. I have no idea if it is just aesthetic, or if there have been performance upgrades as well.

EDIT: It’s a Roush. Thanks G-Body-man.

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This is a Saleen fender, right?

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Finally, here is a ‘08 Corvette Z06. Not sure if that’s a NP or CP. You tell me.

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Well that’s all the interesting stuff that was immediately visible, without having to delve deeper into the dealership’s lot, which would look sketchy at 9:30 at night.