The Ford GT-inspired Zero to 60 Designs GTT was one of the hits of the SEMA show this past year, and now you can buy your own at a starting price of about $169,000 Canadian ($125,000 US), reports Motor Authority.

California tuning company Zero to 60 Designs initially planned to make just 25 examples of the GTT – don’t call it a Mustang GTT, or a Ford; the automaker threatened a lawsuit over the car’s name and logo – but has upped that number to a 50-unit run due to demand.

Base GTTs will roll out of the shop for just $125,00 US, or about $169,000 Canadian; for the money you’ll get a 2017 Mustang 5.0 fitted with a custom Magnaflow exhaust, Eibach coilovers, 22-inch wheels and your choice of body colour, plus, of course, that new-Ford-GT-inspired racecar-composite bodywork, which leaves no panel untouched save the roof.

Some of those 50 cars will be second-tier GTT-S trim models, which take the base car’s awesome looks and back them up with a supercharger that takes the 5.0-litre Coyote into the neighbourhood of 800 horsepower. Plus Brembo brakes, a sway bar and tinted windows, those cost $192,000 CDN ($142,500 US).

For $201,000 CDN ($149,000 US) the top-of-the-line GTT-SL adds Brembo six-piston calipers and cross-drilled rotors; carbon-fibre interior trim and custom seats; and an upgraded audio system.

Each car takes about six weeks to build, and the first customer build is starting this month, so if you’re interested, you might want to get at Zero to 60 Designs and put down your deposit now.

(via Motor Authority)