Classic Design Concepts’ Bad Penny Mustang

Classic Design Concepts Bad Penny Mustang

Classic Design Concepts will introduce their Bad Penny Mustang at this year’s SEMA Show in LA.

The showcar will be finished in black exterior paint with copper highlights to the front, side and rear splitters. Modifications include a new front bumper, a revised grilled, aerodynamic side skirts and a rear spoiler.

Classic Design Concepts Bad Penny Mustang front seat

The Classic Design Concepts Ford Mustang also rolls on deep dish 20-inch Forgiato wheels with Goodrich G-Force Rival tyres. To improve handling, the Bad Penny has a Whiteline Watts link suspension, RTR adjustable sway bars and high-performance Wilwood brakes.

Inside the car, a pair of Recaro sports front seats greets the driver and front passenger, while the sound system is taken care of by a Kicker audio system that has taken over the whole rear seat. There are also Ford Racing gauges on the dash.

Classic Design Concepts Bad Penny Mustang 5.0L Supercharged V8 engine

Under the bonnet, the tuner has bolted on a Ford Racing supercharger to the 5.0-litre V8 engine. They have also installed Pypes longtube headers and a Magnaflow GT500 cat back exhaust system. The result is 465kW (624 bhp) to the rear wheels.

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