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X-1 Mustang GT Headed To The National Air Force Museum

The X-1 Mustang GT was built-in 2009 to promote technical and mechanical jobs that the U.S. Air Force offers. The car was named after the rocket-powered X-1 aircraft that was the first to break the sound barrier piloted by the legendary Chuck Yeager. The X-1 Mustang is powered by a 4.6L engine that produces 500 horsepower. The car will soon be showcased at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Ohio.

USAF X-1 Ford Mustang GT by Galpin Auto Sports
USAF X-1 Ford Mustang GT by Galpin Auto Sports
USAF X-1 Ford Mustang GT by Galpin Auto Sports

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