Black and blue Mustang GT designed by Richard Petty's Garage

Humpty Dumpty was nowhere to be found, but with 627 horses and all The King’s men, Ford put a Mustang together again. Of course, in this case, we’re talking about the Ford Mustang GT, and the king in question is none other than Richard King Petty, NASCAR legend and racecar rock star.

Ford Motor Company worked with Petty’s Garage, a performance house owned by seven-time Daytona 500 winner Richard Petty, to create a series of never-before-seen Ford Mustang GT models. A total of 143 special-edition cars were made, inspired by the popular reception and attractive design of the Mustang that Petty’s Garage presented at the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas.