Inspired by the original 1968 Ford Mustang GT/CS, which itself borrowed cues from a 1968 Shelby GT500 prototype nicknamed "Little Red", the new, 2019 Mustang GT California Special is loaded with unique aesthetic touches that help it to stand out from the crowd. One of the key features of the California special since the '60s has been the blacked-out grill and that is featured on the 2019 model. The front of the vehicle wears the standard splitter from the 2018 Mustang GT Performance Pack 1. Visual cues include the trademark Mustang fading stripe stretching from the 5.0 side badge to the rear fender scoop. The vehicle also sports a new front splitter and a "California Special" badge on the trunk lid. The passenger-side dash panel also has California Special script badging.
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Meanwhile on Capitol Hill on Monday, Republicans - including House Speaker Paul Ryan - lashed out at the president's announcement. Some in Trump's inner circle were supportive, including economist Peter Navarro and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross .
Returning to the 2019 lineup is the California Special, a new edition of Dearborn's pony auto that revives the look and feel of a classic. When buyers opt for a V8 GT with the 6-speed manual and available Performance Package, the transmission gets rev-match shifting as well.
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The association said Canada is the top destination for USA steel exports, representing half of all its total exports. Trump on Thursday indefinitely exempted the two countries from steel and aluminum tariffs "at least at this time".
The Blue Oval on Monday announced the return of the Mustang California Special, a special treatment that dates back to the original Mustang. The 2019 Mustang goes on sale summer 2018.
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PPP President Asif Ali Zardari also condemned the incident and said that such incidents were against the democratic values. "I want to tell both PTI workers and the public that throwing shoes or ink on people is not the right way to protest".