First Look: SEMA Pony Girl Mustang

We already brought you a preview, but now we have some more details on the Pony Girl Mustang being shown off at SEMA.

Built by Creations 'n Chrome to raise awareness for breast cancer, the Pony Girl Mustang sports more than just a pink paint job. The car has a Vortech supercharger, a nitrous-oxide injection system, a fuel-enrichment system, a Corsa performance exhaust, and a lighter-weight battery.

The convertible also gets coil-over springs, a styling kit, Wildwood performance brakes, 20-inch wheels, and a custom white-on-white interior.

In other news, a Mustang-shaped pool table was spotted on the SEMA show floor. We have a few pics to show you, but alas, there are few details available. So we'll just have to show you the pics and let the mystery remain unsolved.

[Motor Authority]

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  1. WOW nice, I can see why it won awards. I had heard of true show cars from the "30's classic Era" having panels buffed and tinted clear coats. Have always wanted to do it, but it would have to be a perfect mirror finish to pull it off, Great job! I stared into my pink reflection to much and had to get a beer and belch to get my testosterone levels back up. lol

    The Advanced Performance Interior Company covered each one of those pieces??? I looked into the car and expected to see paint, but every piece was covered: dash, center console, door panels... looked AWESOME! I would have done a custom pattern on the seats (eliminating insert lines), but still great presentation.

    Great job, I hope Cancer Patients benefit from it the exposure.

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