Ford Mustang is a delightful must for SEMA Show. So, this year, Classic Design Concepts provides that pleasure with their modification of the 2013 Mustang, which got called “Bad Penny.” The offered interpretation of this name is “in God we pay, all others pay cash.”
This concept blends black and copper masterfully. It has aerodynamics and styling options just like those of Vaughn Gittin, Jr.’s RTR Mustang. Those feature a new performance grille, front fascia with functional brake-cooling ducts, lower grille, side and rear splitters, custom deck lid trim panel, license plate surround and a rear spoiler.
Wilwood big brakes, RTR adjustable front and rear sway bars, and Whiteline Watts link suspension are further features.
Under the hood, there is 5.0-liter, V-8 engine with a Ford Racing supercharger system that boosts the output to 624 horsepower.
Further elements are Pypes long-tube headers into, a Ford Racing side-exit exhaust, and a Magnaflow GT500 cat-back exhaust.
Driving in this Mustang, among other advantages, means relaxing on Recaro Ford Racing seats stitched custom Alea leather. The audio system consists Kicker IX amplifiers, QS mid-range speakers, and L7 subwoofers.
Horsepower @ RPM: 624
Displacement: 5.0 L
0-60 Time: 4.2 sec. (Est.)
Top Speed: 155 mph (Est.)