Custom Ford Mustangs to Debut at SEMA

Custom Ford Mustangs to Debut at SEMA

You didn’t think that Ford would only head to the 2012 SEMA Show with custom F-Series trucks, Focus STs, Escapes, and an Explorer did you? The American automaker released a sneak preview of the modified Mustangs that will be making their way to the show floor in Vegas today.

Four custom Mustangs will be headed to this year’s SEMA Show, three of them sporting the 5.0-liter V8 in GT form, while one will be a convertible variant with the 3.7-liter V6 powerplant.

Starting with the convertible, the open-top Mustang has been customized by Stitchcraft with an emphasis on its custom interior. Performance comes from the addition of nitrous and a FlowMaster exhaust while the exterior gets an overhaul with a 3dCarbon body kit and custom paint scheme. Hotchkis lends a helping hand with coilover suspension while Wilwood pitches in with a big brake upgrade.

Detailing company Mothers put together a team consisting of Autosport Dynamics and RTR to build a 650-hp Mustang GT. With track-ready suspension, an RTR carbon fiber body kit, aggressive wheels and tires, and custom Sparco seats in the interior – this Mustang is ready to rock.

Next up is a custom Mustang GT by DSO Eyewear, sporting a Whipple twin-screw supercharger with intercooler that boosts performance to 750 hp. Eibach suspension and Brembo brakes help deliver the power while a 3dCarbon body kit gives the ‘Stang an aggressive look. Stereo upgrades will come courtesy of Rockford Fosgate.

Last, but not least, is a Mustang GT built by Ringbrothers. Featuring a supercharged 5.0-liter V8, the Mustang also benefits from Baer brakes, suspension upgrades, a carbon fiber body kit, and a custom ‘waterborne’ paint.

Check out a gallery of renders for the 2012 SEMA Show Ford Mustangs below.

GALLERY: 2012 SEMA Show Ford Mustangs