Any dealerships in florida sell new s/c'd mustangs?

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Is there any dealership in Florida, or the southwest, that sells s/c mustang gt's like lebanon ford?





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Greico Fort Lauderdale sells supercharged cars, but that's mostly because they have Roush and RTR ones in stock quite often (at a markup of course). Pompano Ford is also a certified installer so I'm sure you could work out a deal with them.
 

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We sell our Steeda Serialized Vehicles - we can do any package you wish at our Pompano Beach, FL facility - http://www.steedavehicles.com/

Let me know if I can help assist - the vehicle team has financing options available.

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Is there any dealership in Florida, or the southwest, that sells s/c mustang gt's like lebanon ford?
It would be much cheaper if you bought a GT Basr or Premium and then add your Roush Stage 2 Supercharger. Most of those RTR and Roush from the dealer are over 80k to 110k not worth it.

Also your Vin will always show as a GT Premium not a RTR or Roush
 

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Not worth it in my opinion. I would get a base GT and spend the money on an aftermarket blower/kit. Be much much cheaper than buying from the dealer. Only thing you'd really miss out on is the warranty.
 

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Not worth it in my opinion. I would get a base GT and spend the money on an aftermarket blower/kit. Be much much cheaper than buying from the dealer. Only thing you'd really miss out on is the warranty.
Not if he gets a Roush Supercharger installed by a certified SAE mechanic then he will still maintain warranty.
 

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Good point lol
It's a better deal than paying 30 to 50k more for some additional stickers. There's no way a SC, full exhaust and stickers can cost 50k more on a fully loaded GT Premium
 

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