The 2013 Ford Mustang GT finished in blue and orange livery momentarily caught our eye at the ProCharger booth at the SEMA Show.
Produced by Bojix Design of Southern California, this Mustang is the creation of two brothers, George and Haro Derkrikorian, who founded Bojix back in 2010. They primarily concentrated on Ford Fiesta performance components.
George had an extreme desire in producing and selling Mustang parts. After his death, Haro continued the new business mission. To honor his brother, Haro set off to build a Mustang.
“My late brother always had said that we needed to get our hands on a new 5.0 so we can give it our treatment,” Haro told us. “We both have been Mustang fans for a very long time.”
So, Haro designed a truly one-of-a-kind Mustang equipped with a stock Grabber Blue Mustang GT.
This model is finished in the popular Gulf paint scheme and has a carbon fiber stripe throughout the length of the car, highlighted by orange striping and trim.
The front looks more aggressively due to a Boss 302 front splitter and grille, the new carbon fiber side splitters, a 3dCarbon rear spoiler, which were all specially created by Bojix Design. Following the theme, the Rennen M10 20-inch wheels were painted a custom orange to match.
A cool feature of the Bojix is a custom rear bumper with exhaust outlets cutout on either side of the license plate.
Interior-wise, there are Recaro seats wrapped in the factory leather. There are custom floor mats with orange piping. The steering wheel is wrapped in Alcantara.
Under the hood, there is a ProCharger Stage II supercharger system has been adjusted utilizing the P-1SC-1 centrifugal supercharger, 8-rib drive system, and a large front-mounted air-to-air intercooler. The 5.0-liter V8 delivers 605 horsepower.