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Saleen Automotive Celebrates Anniversary With the 35th Anniversary Edition Mustang

Steve Saleen created Saleen Autosport at his dinner table in 1983. 35 years later, he’s still going strong.

To commemorate three and a half decades of his passion for automobiles and racing, Steve Saleen and Saleen Automotive introduce the 35th Anniversary Edition Saleen Mustang. This limited edition Mustang sports the familiar black, white, and yellow Saleen Racing Heritage colors. Only 10 of these limited run Mustangs will see the light of day.

“We were extremely proud to introduce the SA 35 to our friends, family and enthusiasts. It celebrates and validates the continuing success and longevity of the Saleen Brand”, states Steve Saleen.

The SA-35 comes equipped with performance equipment, such as a Saleen supercharger, Racecraft R Code suspension, and mono-black forged Saleen aluminum wheels. Other features include General G-Max tires and Saleen exhaust system. All these features come together to give this Mustang 780 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque.

No word yet on pricing or availability.

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