Classic Design Concepts previews SEMA-bound ‘Bad Penny’ Mustang

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In keeping with the Halloween Spirit, Classic Design Concepts have today revealed their Black Tricked Up Mustang aptly called “Bad Penny”!

The auto custom shop has prepared this black and copper beast for debut at SEMA in Las Vegas next week.

Dubbed “Bad Penny”, the custom Mustang is a showcase of CDC’s Mustang aerodynamic and styling options featured on Vaughn Gittin, Jr.’s RTR Mustangs including a CDC Performance Grille, lower grille, front fascia with function brake cooling ducts, side and rear splitters, license plate surround, custom deck lid trim panel and rear spoiler.

The car is fitted with big bad 20-inch Forgiato super concave wheels, trimmed with BF Goodrich G-Force Rival tires, 285/35/20 up front and 315/35/20 in the back.

These are pulled back into line by equally as big and bad Wilwood brakes. A Whiteline Watts link suspension and RTR adjustable front and rear sway bars keeps the car pointing right and bounce at a minimum.

Ford Racing supercharger system produces 624 horsepower  from the 5.0L V8 which uses a set of Pypes longtube headers to breathe through into Magnaflow GT500 cat back exhaust and Ford Racing side exhaust.

In the cockpit, the increased engine output is monitored with a Ford Racing gauge pack, and the Recaro /Ford Racing seats are trimmed with custom Alea leather to ensure the driver remains in perfect comfort. A Ford Racing rear seat delete kit makes room for the audio tray which houses Kicker IX amplifiers, L7 subwoofers and QS mid-range speakers.

Minor gallery pics are below, but more are expected to be released during the SEMA show next week.




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