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By - December 14, 2010 – 5:29 pm3 Comments | 6,309 views

2011 DUB Edition Ford Mustang

Ford officially announced that they would build a DUB Edition Mustang back in May, and not too long after that we got our first look at the car when it made its public debut at Galpin Ford in Southern California. While we normally wouldn’t associate DUB with American muscle cars, the package is actually pretty attractive and fairly subtle. Based on the 2011 Mustang V6, the DUB Edition comes with various body components from Roush and Ford Accessories, Eibach lowering springs, 20-inch TIS wheels with Pirelli tires, DUB Edition stripes, as well as embroidered head rests and a dash emblem. Pricing for the package comes in at $3,599 plus $100 for shipping.

We recently got our hands on a DUB Edition Mustang, a Race Red convertible, and we came away impressed with how good the car looks. The Roush body kit is pleasantly understated and the triple stripes looks fantastic. The Eibach springs also helped the convertible stay level going around corners.

We made sure to take plenty of pictures of the car, which you can see in the gallery below. Enjoy!

DUB Edition Mustang Content:

  • Roush front fascia with splitter and fog lamps
  • Ford Accessories hood scoop
  • Roush black billet upper grille
  • DUB Edition stripe package
  • Roush quarter window louvers (coupe only)
  • Roush black billet lower grille (convertible only)
  • Ford rear decklid spoiler
  • Roush rear lower valence and side splitters
  • Eibach lowering springs, 3:31 axle and EPAS steering rack
  • 20″ TIS wheels (black and machined finish)
  • 20″ Pirelli tire package
  • DUB Edition embroidered front headrests
  • DUB Edition dash emblem

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