Brand of Paint: Spies Hecker
Special Modifications: Roush Stage 2 Supercharger
Shelby GT350 Front Spoiler
Demon LED Headlights
Raxiom LED Taillights
Rear Quarter Panels rolled out 1 1/2 inches to fit the 22″ X 12″ wheels and tires
Front end lowered 1 1/2 inches and the rear is lowered 1 1/4 inches
Custom paint work includes the red metal flake hockey stick racing stripe faded out to a silver metal flake trim
Functional 4″ fiberglass Cervini cowl induction hood
Custom air brushed mustang horse head on the underside of the hood
Barton short throw shifter
Blackwood dash trim kit
Four-Bar grill with hidden LED lights that change color via cellphone
Tell Us Your Story!
I’ve always wanted a muscle car and I love the mustangs, so in 2015 I purchased a new Mustang GT and started showing it. As time rolled along I found that I needed to do something to make it more competitive in car shows and that is when I met Steve and Jesse Bruno of Bruno’s Autoworks in Omaha, Nebraska. Steve and I would get together and brain storm ideas and try to come up with some of style that’s out of the box. We wanted to make my mustang different than any other yet still have the mustang style and drive ability.
I work part time at Metropolitan Community College where I am the nightly lab technician in the Auto Collision department. The instructors told me about this virtual show and I was excited to enter. Our school is a member of the NABC and participates in the Recycled Rides program. I enjoy showing my colleagues the car and also meeting our students at local car shows.