If you own a Mustang EcoBoost or a Mustang GT, you can send your car to Shelby to get turned into a GTE.

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Power upgrades are minimal -- the 310-horsepower EcoBoost jumps up to 335 horsepower, and the 435-hp GT gets bumped up to 456.

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Most of the money goes toward flashy exterior and interior bits.

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Outside, you get a new hood, grilles, rocker panels, spoilers, emblems and a wiper nozzle relocation kit.

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Inside, you get a dash plaque, an engine badge, sill plates, headrests and floor mats.

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Of course, if you have the need for speed, Shelby will cure what ails ya.

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For extra money, you can add bits like a supercharger, upgraded cooling systems, beefier suspension and different rear-end gearing.

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The sky's the limit -- or, rather, the depth of your wallet is the limit.

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The package is available to order now, and it costs $18,000 before options.

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If you can't get your car to Vegas for the upgrades, there are a number of Shelby-approved garages that can do the work, as well.

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