A custom Mustang will be auctioned off at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas to benefit children’s charities.
This project is a collaboration between the WD-40 maintenance and cleaning products company and SEMA’s charity division, SEMA Cares. The project, which is based on the 2011 Mustang GT, will supercharge the vehicle’s 5.0 liter V8 engine to about 600 hp.
The car will also get a special body kit, custom interior with a high-end entertainment system and a paint that emulates the WD-40 brand.
In addition, WD-40 and SEMA Cares are teaming up with multiple aftermarket auto and technology companies that will donate parts, equipment and services for the project.
The donations include a custom body kit from Street Scene Equipment, Stillen AP Racing 6-piston brake kit with front calipers, Forgeline wheels and a Paxton supercharger system.
The other companies that will participate in the building process include: Advanced Clutch Technology, Inc.; Audio Innovations; California Pony Cars; Cie Games; GTR High Performance; Hotchkis Suspension; Katzkin Leather; L&G Enterprises; Nitto; PPG Industries; PhotoTouch and Polk Audio.