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2012 Ford Mustang Grabber Blue Boss 302 Laguna Seca

At the 40th Annual Barrett – Jackson Scottsdale Auction there will a one special edition Ford Mustangs listed. The Grabber Blue Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca will be auction for charity on Saturday, January 22nd, in order to help Barrett-Jackson celebrate its 40th Annual Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. All of the earnings above the MSRP will go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, which is a leader in research as far as curing Type 1 diabetes.

Considered the best-handling Mustang ever, the Boss 302 Laguna Seca is powered by a V8 5.0-liter capable of outputting 444 hp. A one-of-one production car, it was made entirely for this auction and will have a Grabber Blue surround, Recaro Seats with Grabber Blue seam embroidery as well as distinctive black accents on the C-Stripe, Citic Dicastal wheels, spoiler, mirrors and on the roof. The Laguna Seca package borrows the technology of the 2012 Boss 302, offering an aggressive suspension, chassis as well as some aerodynamic tweaks.

The Boss Mustang was developed to be the fastest, straight-production, best-handling Mustang of all times made by Ford. The company will not give this Mustang the green light for production until it proves to be better than the 2010 BMW M3. In comparison to the standard Boss edition, this one is one tenth of a second quicker in the 0-60 mph sprint, offers 1.03g of lateral acceleration and has the capability of stopping three feet quicker from 60 mph in comparison with the standard Boss. The company expects that the car will be two seconds quicker on a normal road course.

The limited edition of the Laguna Seca will be manufactured at the AutoAlliance International Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, alongside with the Mustang Boss 302.

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