Five more custom creations added to the Blue Oval's lineup for the tuner expo.
In the ramp-up to this year's SEMA show, Ford has (as it typically does) been steadily trickling out details and initial photos of the modified vehicles it's bringing – including F-Series Super Duty trucks, smaller Ranger pickups, and a smattering of SUVs. But it hasn't forgotten two of its most popular models – it's just saved, in this case, the proverbial best for last.
Starting with the fan-favorite pony car, there's a Mustang GT fastback, pictured in two-tone blue and black, tuned by California Pony Cars. It packs a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 with a Borla exhaust, 21-inch alloys fitted to a lowered suspension and packing oversized 15-inch front and 13-inch rear brakes, a full aero kit, and an interior decked out with Recaro leather seats, a carbon-fiber trim kit, and a 1,500-watt Kicker Audio system.
Goodguys Rod & Custom Association has tricked out an EcoBoost Mustang convertible, with lowering springs, Brembo brakes, 20-inch forged wheels, and upgraded bodywork done up in red, black, and gold.
Ford's also done up a red F-150 Lariat Sport Crew with parts from its own accessories catalog, including a new Black Appearance Package, and two aftermarket firms are presenting their own unique takes on the hot-selling pickup.
Like the F-150 XLT SuperCrew FX4 worked over by J Robert Marketing and Attitude Performance together with the Black Rifle Coffee Company and Kryptek Outdoor Group, featuring a six-inch-lifted suspension, Borla exhaust, Warn winches and fenders, an onboard fridge, Katzkin leather interior, and 20-inch wheels.
Last but not least is DRAGG's "Desert Defender – a Lariat Sport SuperCrew 4x4 with a beige livery, supercharged engine, lifted suspension, and every other trick that the non-profit could throw at it.