The Ford Mustang Konquistador by Reifen Koch

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The powerful V8 has been left alone, but handling, styling, and wheels have been given a serious upgrade.

German tuning outfit Reifen Koch has developed a performance and styling kit for the fifth-generation 2005 Ford Mustang. A Cervini bodykit has been installed, which will set interested parties back 8,000 Euros, and is complemented by an exhaust system including side pipes. KW-coilovers with electronically-controlled axles and a HLS (Hydraulic Lift System) Kit helps to keep the notoriously low pony car from damaging its underside.

An impressive Brembo braking system has also been fitted and finally, a set of 20-inch alloys by Schmidt Revolution have been fitted wrapped in Dunlop tires, priced at 4,500 Euros.

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