It's always odd to see right-hand-drive cars because here in the States all cars are made as left-hand drive and rarely do we ever see any on the roads. So seeing this 2007 S197 Mustang GT as a right-hand drive is just very weird to me. The Mustang GT which is now sitting in a dealership in Australia is awaiting delivery to its owner. The person who bought this Mustang has to be fanatical about owning Mustangs, who else would pay all the shipping, fees and costs associated with making the car right-hand drive just to have one in Australia. I am unsure of the actual price tag to own a Mustang in Australia but a few years back I recall somebody paying upwards of $100K just to own an ordinary 2005 Mustang GT.
Taking a look at the car from the picture above we can see the center console, radio, AC controls and parking brake were left untouched. The headlight switch has been moved to the right-hand side closest to the door but one thing I don't see is the driver's door armrest; there is only a power window switch and not a power unlock switch, I guess that did not make the move. Another thing we notice in a separate photo below is the hood release has been left alone on the left kick panel where it usually resides.
The only thing under the hood I can see that has changed is the battery and brake fluid have been moved to accommodate the steering shaft. If you can see anything else or have any insight into the cost associated with owning one of these in Aussie land please do post in the comments.
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