The 2015 Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Edition Mustang will arrive just a couple of months from now. Finally, Mustang6G.com forum member Five Oh Brian (who is also a Ford dealer) has let the cat out of the bag early and shared the deets on 2015 Mustang options, pricing, and codes.

Some of the most interesting findings include the confirmation that the Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary GT will be getting its own unique body code, and there is also a “SVT” of some type showing up too. The price for the 50th Anniversary package upgrade is currently set at $1,595, which will include the Kona Blue or Wimbledon white painted exterior, and special leather/cashmere interior.

There will be 10 paint colors offered in total, including a few that will come at a premium price, including Triple Yellow ($495) and Ruby Red Tint ($395). We now also know that the packages for the 2015 Mustang GT appear to have a nice selection of options, including Recaro Seats ($1595), 3.73 Torsen Differential (N/C), DRL's (N/C), GT Performance Package ($2,495), 6-speed automatic ($1,195), Navigation ($795), and Reverse Park Assist ($295).

The SVT Mustang option did not include any pricing. However, it is looking to include the additions of the Ford track pack, tech package, and Alcantara (or leather) seats. The 2.3-liter Ecoboost Mustang will also gets its own “Performance Package" for $1995. Unfortunately, we're not quite sure what all that will include.

The Mustang will offer HID headlights as standard. 18-inch painted aluminum rims will cost an extra $155, while a set of 19-inch wheels will cost an extra $995. Finally, the 20-inch Mach wheels will be a $1295 premium. The 2015 Mustang will also feature a Shaker Pro sound system capable of up to 12 speakers. If you live in California, Ford has a 'special emissions' package reserved just for you (but you already knew that). Check out the full PDF of options and prices, courtesy of The Mustang Source forums.