2010 Hurst Mustang debuts at last Ford Racing Mustang Challenge event


The one-of-a-kind 2010 Hurst Mustang from Hurst Performance debuted as the pace car for the final race of Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Racing Mustang Challenge series season this past weekend at Miller Motorsports Park.

Up until now all we have seen is a sketch of the one-off vehicle but thanks to some digging we came across several photos of the Hurst Mustang.

Based off the 2010 Mustang the Hurst Mustang features a unique white and gold paint job accented by 20-inch Hurst polished forged aluminum wheels with BFGoodrich g-Force tires.  Under the hood the 4.6-liter V-8 is upgraded via a Roush supercharger which takes power from the base 315  to 435 horsepower.  Other features found on this one-off Mustang include Eibach suspension, Magnaflow exhaust system, K&N Air Filter and a custom Katzkin white leather interior.

With pacing duties over for the Hurst Mustang it will now make special appearances at a number of race tracks, car shows, parades around the country and even stop in Las Vegas for the SEMA show.

After making the rounds the car will be auctioned for charity in January 2010 with proceeds going towards the newest Victory Junction Camp in Kansas City, KS.

 
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