See the Completed SEMA Mustang Powered by Women

SEMA News—November 2012

INDUSTRY NEWS

See the Completed SEMA Mustang Powered by Women

 

  The SEMA Mustang Build began at L&G Enterprises, where the vehicle was transformed from factory white to the current all-black finish.
The SEMA Mustang Build began at L&G Enterprises, where the vehicle was transformed from factory white to the current all-black finish.
The SEMA Mustang Build—Powered by Women, launched by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN), spotlights women working in the automotive aftermarket and encourages women to pursue careers in the industry. Ford Motor Co. donated a ’13 Mustang GT for the project to be modified entirely by SBN members.

The vehicle will be auctioned through eBay, with proceeds benefitting the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund. Forty aftermarket manufacturers, retailers and suppliers provided more than 50 high-performance components for this historic all-female Mustang build. Custom installations and vehicle modifications included an E-Force Supercharger System from Edelbrock, front and rear brakes from Wilwood, lowering springs from H&R, a suspension system from Whiteline USA, an exhaust system from MagnaFlow, a stereo system from Kicker, P Zero tires from Pirelli and Forgeline GA1R wheels with a custom finish.

See the completed Mustang in the Ford Motor Co. booth #22200 located in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.