SEMA eNews Vol. 11, No. 50, December 11, 2008

FORD ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR 2009 PROJECT CARS


The 2010 Mustang is one of several vehicles available in Ford's Project Vehicle Program.

Looking for a 2010 Mustang to build for next year’s SEMA Show? Take note: Ford is now accepting project proposals for its 2009 Ford/Lincoln/Mercury Project Vehicle Program.

Proposals need to be submitted in two parts: a one-page preliminary project summary due by February 23 (January 5 if you want a Mustang), and a more detailed proposal by March 1 (January 5 for Mustang). Companies requesting vehicles should be a manufacturer or restyler dedicated to new-product development, able to promote and market the vehicle, and a SEMA member.

This year, a limited number of vehicles will be awarded for modifications that result in significant fuel-economy gains and/or reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Projects that go beyond bio-fuel conversion will be given greater consideration.

For additional details, click here to download the PDF file (if you’re having trouble downloading the file, e-mail semainfo@ford.com).

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