Among the vehicles in the Ford display at this years SEMA show one Mustang stood out above all others not for it's powerful engine but for the all-carbon fiber skin it adorned. The RTR-C Mustang with it's all-carbon fiber body panels comes to us courtesy of Vaughn Gittin Jr. who is one best drift racers on the planet. The 2010 Mustang GT was outfitted with carbon fiber body panels which shed 400-500 pounds off the total weight of the car according to Vaughn. Some weight was added back with the addition of the supercharger, big brake kit and headers. The total weight of the car is said to be 3,350 pounds. Other goodies found on the car include RTR badges, Sparco seats made of carbon fiber, HRE wheels and the rear seats removed for a leather covered panel. Production of this unique vehicle will be limited to just 10 total units with the price being $135,000, not for the average Joe. Check out some of the photos I snapped while at the show below.