The Bad Penny Mustang Revealed in the Flesh

American Muscle

Yes, it has copper trim.

Late last month tuning outfit Classic Design Concepts unveiled some Photoshop images of its latest creation, the Bad Penny Mustang. We happen to love the name, by the way. Anyhow, it features a newly revised front grille, aero side skirts, rear spoiler and some massive 20-inch alloys. Today at SEMA is the car’s big reveal. Those previous images hardly do the real deal justice. The thing looks magnificent and we especially dig the copper trim (hence the car's name) which matches the black exterior perfectly.

Power comes from a Ford Racing supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that produces 624 horsepower with the added help of Pype longtube headers and a Magnaflow GT500 car-back exhaust. In addition, the suspension has been upgraded with a Whiteline Watts links system and some high-performance brakes. The interior has been spec’d out with a pair of Recaro sports seats, and the rear seats have been outright replaced with an audio system.

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