Ford is coming to this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas with no less than 50 custom vehicles. Some of these cars are heavily modified F-150 pickup trucks, and a good portion different custom Ford Mustang models. In this post we give you a sneak preview of these tricked-out ponies.
Let’s begin with the coolest custom Ford Mustang of the bunch, an Air Force-inspired GT fastback that pays homage to America’s heroes with an engine equipped with VMP Performance Gen II-R 2.3-liter TVS supercharger for a total of 851 horsepower. The highlights include a custom body kit complete with special Avalanche paint job and military graphics, interior with Recaro seats and Roush details, Forgestar F10D directional 19 inch wheels, Roush three-way adjustable coilover suspension, Brembo brakes, and Cervini side exit exhausts.
The Pearl Candy Orange 2017 Mustang concept is next up, based on a 2017 Ford Mustang convertible Ecoboost and equipped with AFE intercooler, exhaust, front and rear sway bars and a two-bottle Nitrous system. The car rides on RideTech Level 2 RidePro air suspension and boasts Wilwood six-piston front, four-piston rear brakes, Forgeline MT1 20 inch rims, HCM Sigala carbon fiber body kit with the custom paint job, Stitchcraft Interiors custom interior, Katzkin leather seat upholstery and Alpine audio system.
The SpeedKore Mustang GT is one of the more serious custom Ford Mustang model bound for SEMA, boating a cool carbon fiber body kit, Katzkin custom leather seating, HRE-P1 series 20 inch rims, Eibach Pro-Street coilover kit, and above all a 5.0-liter V8 engine with Whipple Stage2 supercharger packing 825 horsepower. The car also gets premium carbon ceramic brakes and custom carbon and billet exhaust tips.
The MRT Mustang is another EcoBoost tuned to insane levels, featuring a Vortech supercharger, intercooler, blow-off valve, wastegate, and MRT stainless steel exhaust as well as MGW short-throw shifter. On the outside it gets Anderson Composites carbon fiber hood, chin spoiler, grille, ground effects, rear spoiler, taillight panel and a special paint work in addition to HB Engineering 20-inch wheels, BC Racing coilover suspension and Baer brakes. Inside the cabin there is Sparco carbon fiber front seats, Kicker audio, and MRT design accents.
The next EcoBoost is improved with Ford Performance parts to showcase the capabilities of the car maker’s in-house tuner. It features Ford Performance cold air intake kit, Borla exhaust, custom tuning and a Cobb intercooler, Ford Performance suspension kit, strut tower brace, control arms, toe links, bushing kit, brakes and Niche 20-inch wheels. Styling is taken care of by Anderson Composite carbon fiber GTH-style hood, Type ST trunk lid, front spoiler, AR-style side skirts, grille and Rally Innovations front splitter, plus a stealth grey paint job.