Ford and Roush this week unveiled the 2019 Old Crow Mustang GT.     

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It gets its name from the P-51 Mustang that Colonel Bud Anderson flew in World War II.    

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It'll be auctioned at the Experimental Aircraft Association's 2019 AirVenture show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.     

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The outside of the Old Crow Mustang GT has been painted and badged to replicate Col. Anderson's P-51 of the same name.     

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There's also a Ford Performance racing front spoiler, a Shelby GT500 rear wing, unique heat extractors on the hood, tinted exhaust tips and Roush rear fascia upgrades. 

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Of course, there's no letting Roush near a Mustang without some sort of performance enhancement.     

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In this case, Roush added a cold-air intake, an exhaust X-pipe and a supercharger to the mix.    

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Combined with Ford Performance's own active exhaust upgrade, the Old Crow Mustang GT now puts out a meaty 710 horsepower and 610 pound-feet of torque.

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This year's Old Crow Mustang GT will be on display at EAA AirVenture from July 22 to 28, with the auction taking place on July 25.

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