Ford Mustang Bad Penny by Classic Design Concepts, SEMA 2013Enlarge Photo
Ford already has a full stable of customized Mustangs ready for the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas, but at least one more will be attending.
Classic Design Concepts (CDC) will bring this sinister 'Stang, known as "Bad Penny," to Vegas, Mustangs Daily reports.
The car gets its name from CDC's black and copper color scheme. It's a unique look for a car that has probably seen every color combination known to humanity, and makes this Mustang the coolest copper car this side of a Peugeot Onyx.
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Bad Penny gets some more attitude from a few CDC exterior enhancements, including a new grille, front fascia with functioning brake cooling ducts, side and rear splitters, and a rear spoiler. Similar parts are used on Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s RTR drift Mustangs.
Under the hood, the stock 5.0-liter V-8 gets some help breathing, courtesy of a Ford Racing supercharger, along with a Magnaflow GT500 cat-back exhaust system with Ford Racing side exhaust outlets. The result is a healthy 624 horsepower.
Bad Penny rolls on 20-inch Forgiato wheels with BF Goodrich G-Force Rival tries, sized 285/35/20 in front and 315/35/20 in back. The car also has Wilwood brakes, Whiteline Watts-link suspension, and RTR adjustable front and rear sway bars.
Like a mullet, the interior is all business in front, with a party in the back. The driver gets a Ford Racing gauge pack and Recaro/Ford Racing leather-trimmed racing buckets. In back, the rear seats have been removed to make way for a custom audio system with Kicker IX amplifiers, L7 subwoofers, and QS mid-range speakers.
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