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2010 SEMA: Pony Girl 2011 Ford Mustang

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Creations n' Chrome built this pink-and-white Pony Girl 2011 Ford Mustang to raise awareness for breast cancer, but its flashy looks and power-adding modifications may just raise the profile of the Mustang as well.

Built on a convertible 2011 Mustang GT, the Creations n' Chrome team added a Vortech V-3 Si-trim supercharger, Nitrous Express nozzle system for shooting the NO2 into the intake, a SAFE stand-alone fuel enrichment system, Corsa performance exhaust, and Optima RedTop battery to shave a few pounds.

Handling is upgraded with a set of KW Variant 1 coil-overs, while stopping is improved with a set of Wilwood W6A big brakes up front and W4A rear. Styling, aside from the bright pink paint, comes from a 3dCarbon Boy Racer styling kit, HRE 20x9.5 wheels and tires, and a custom interior done in white-on-white Ultrafabrics Ultraleather.

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  1. A most interesting looking ride. It doesn't do it for me, but to each his or her own. Am sure they could sell a wad of these if they wanted to put them out there.
     
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  2. OK - I all with the PINK thing and its significance - and all that - but wooof! Have always been a big fan of Mustang Convertibles - definitely tops in my book - but this just doesn't work.
     
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  3. I see some haters were up past 2:00 AM frustrated because they are alone again (nothing good happens after 2).
    Hey it's a girl car. Pink... not my thing but I can appreciate the effort put into a car like this. I can see 1000+ hours to take apart paint, upgrade, modify every piece. Holy crap look at the interior, Hey haters it comes black from the factory. Advanced Performance Interior Company had to take apart each piece and cover it. I saw the car, it was perfect. WHITE! not practical BUT, very eye catching (which is the point of a show car), it literally glowed to the point that my camera couldn't get a good shot.
    Would I buy a car like this.. No, but my daughter would.
    Armchair quarterback have no credibility, wheres your car?
     
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