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Old 11-04-2011, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default The Mustangs of the 2011 SEMA Show

Photos and details for just about every Mustang at this year's SEMA Show:

http://mustangsdaily.com/blog/2011/1...tang-coverage/

Any favorites? I'm a big fan of the '66 coupe race car.
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Old 11-04-2011, 07:55 PM   #2
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"SEMA 2011: Johnny Sparks’ “Reversion” Mustang"

I love it. There are some things I would do to it to give it a bit more 1971 feel, but other than that it's perfect
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Pegasus was made here in Bama and is just amazing.
RTR-X is ugly
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I like the chromed Boy Racer
really like the saleen roadster and the wide body boss
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I love the widebodies so much. Wtb a better job to afford nice cars like this.
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That wide body Boss = modern day De Tomaso Pantera?
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I like the Scoshe(sp) stereo install kit. Much better than the Metrix(sp) one. (I'm VERY tired this morning).
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I like the Johnny Sparks’ “Reversion” Mustang a lot. Too bad he couldn't have done a better job matching the rear quarter panel to the trunk area. However, I love the retro look.....something Ford could have used in the 2010+ Mustangs.
Also really like the Chrome Mustang too. I looked on YouTube for Chrome Paint and theres a lot that come up even the Pony Girl from last year's SEMA. I betcha that would be very expensive to do but I would love it!
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I like the wide body 302-x but I can hardly get out of my car now parked in my hoist I'd have to crawl through the window with that.
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The Diablosport guys were the only ones who had an unmolested Boss 302. I was a bit disappointed in Ford's display.
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I like the Johnny Sparks’ “Reversion” Mustang a lot. Too bad he couldn't have done a better job matching the rear quarter panel to the trunk area. However, I love the retro look.....something Ford could have used in the 2010+ Mustangs.
Also really like the Chrome Mustang too. I looked on YouTube for Chrome Paint and theres a lot that come up even the Pony Girl from last year's SEMA. I betcha that would be very expensive to do but I would love it!
Yeah, the trunk area seems like the only area that needed work. Everything else seems to be matched up pretty well.
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