The Ford Mustang and customization go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s not surprising that the marque is previewing four pimped Mustangs for the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association show.The four models are, as expected, based on model year 2012 Mustangs, and all four feature some serious visual and mechanical revisions.
For starters, Forgiato Wheels took a Mustang GT and added three-piece black wheels, 21 inches up front and 22 inches out back. It also fit a TS Designs and 3dCarbon body kit, and a matte gray paint job. Underhood, Forgiato also manages to bolt on a Vortech supercharger.
Creations n’ Chrome also fit a Vortech supercharger to pump up the Mustang’s power, and covered it with a Autosport Dynamics carbon fiber hood. The paintjob is bright red, with black side stripes. The wheels are 18-inch forged affairs, and the car has a full chromoly roll cage installed within the confines of its “race-inspired” interior.
MRT Performance would prefer that you refer to its Mustang as the TKO. It fit its Mustang with a two-tone black and orange paintjob, a ProCharger supercharger, along with an HRT MaxFlow stainless steel exhaust system. It sits atop an H&R coilover suspension and gets the finishing touches in the form of Sparco racing seats.
Not surprisingly, H&R Springs gave its Mustang project some serious suspension upgrades. The gets a full H&R Springs Coil RSS sport suspension, front and rear sway bars, and Pirelli P Zero tires all around. It gets some flash in the form of a Street Scene Equipment body kit and a special blue paint job by Tri-Star Enterprise, and some dash in the form of an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger and Flowmaster exhaust.