Bad Penny Mustang by Classic Design Concepts announced for SEMA image

Classic Design Concepts has recently announced its plans to introduce the Bad Penny Mustang at the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, next week.

The Bad Penny Mustang signed by Classic Design Concept will be officially presented to the public during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, in a world premiere, next week. According to the car manufacturer, the model in question is finished in black and copper and it’s fitted with a new front bumper, with aerodynamic side skirts, with a revised grille, a rear spoiler and a fresh set of 20-inch Forgiato super concave wheels, wrapped in Goodrich G-Force Rival tires.

Classic Design Concept has fitted the Bad Penny Mustang’s cabin with Ford Racing gauges, with Recaro sport seats, with a Kicker audio system and with some other minor tweaks. The model in question is taking its power from a 5.0 liter V8 engine, which is getting Pypes longtube headers, a Ford Racing supercharger, a Magnaflow GT500 cat back exhaust system and more, which are helping the output figure stand at 624 HP (465 kW). The Bad Penny Mustang has also RTR adjustable sway bars, Whiteline Watts link suspension, high-performance Wilwood brakes and more. Additional details on the model will be announced in SEMA.