Bad Penny Mustang Concepts Coming to SEMA

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Stunning body work is backed up with a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 and modified chassis.

As we draw increasingly closer to the Las Vegas car-tuning extravaganza, aftermarket specialists are previewing their wares with Classic Design Concepts the latest to showcase what it has in store for the SEMA faithful. Dressed in black and copper, the tuning house's Bad Penny Mustang comes with a new front bumper, revised grille, aero side skirts, a rear spoiler, and 20-inch Forgiato alloys.

Power comes from a 5.0-liter V8 modified to create 624 hp thanks to a Ford Racing supercharger, Pype longtube headers and a Magnaflow GT500 car-back exhaust. The chassis is upgraded with a Whiteline Watts link suspension and high-performance Wilwood Brakes, while inside, the Stang is equipped with Recaro sports seats, Ford Racing instruments, and the passenger seat has been replaced with a Kicker audio system.

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