The Specialty Equipment Market Association Show will not be complete without pony cars, which have been leading the tuning and aftermarket industries since the 1960s. For the 2010 SEMA Show, Ford has prepared nine different interpretations. These include Team Baurtwell Mustang – with a touch of Funkmaster Flex (the customizer of this Mustang) and some elements from Snoop Dog (the man for which the car was built).
Baurtwell version of the Mustang features custom smoked taillights, a 3dCarbon body kit, Steeda lowering kit, sway bars and springs, and Baer brakes. Based on a Mustang GT, the MRT Mustang has several carbon elements as well as unspecified chassis upgrades and a performance handling package.
Then there’s the pink Creations n’ Chrome Mustang, which is involved in the fight against breast cancer. It features a Vortech supercharger, HRE performance wheels and Wilwood brakes.
The vehicle from Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords Mustang reflect its name well since its engine uses a Ford Racing Performance Parts supercharger kit. Already, many share the opinion that the Mobsteel Mustang is the meanest looking Mustang at SEMA.
Mobsteel is equipped with a STS turbo patented remote mount turbo system, Air Runner suspension and Magnaflow cat-back exhaust. The interior of the Raceskinz Mustang is heavily modified but it also boasts of several performance tweaks. This includes some performance tweaks, including a ProCharger intercooled supercharger, Magnaflow cat-back exhaust and Baer brake system.
The focus of the creators of the Street Scene Equipment Mustang wasn’t on the performance. Instead, they have modified the exterior and interior to extremes.
Tjin Edition Mustang, on the other hand, has had its suspension modified and has gotten a custom DuPont paint job. Ford didn’t just leave it to the tuners. A special version of the Mustang was prepared by Ford itself (or its division by Ford Vehicle Personalization), embodying the Mustang GT.