Grand Prize Winner: Al’s orange 2004 Mustang GT.
Wheel Style & Size: Cragar S/S 18X9
Tire Brand & Size: Riken 275/35/18
Al’s 2004 GT sports a Kenne Bell 2.1 Supercharger, a Stack Racing 75 mm throttle body, and a BBK cold air intake. Though he hasn’t made any upgrades to the suspension yet, he has worked on the interior and the exterior. The orange GT sports a Roush body kit with a wing, and a Roush exhaust with enhanced sound. In the cabin, Al has added Pillar Equus boost, oil pressure, and temperature gauges, plus a short throw shifter.
Anne-Marie Stowe’s 2007 Mustang GT. This Torch Red pony features a range of mods from styling to performance. Anne-Marie (whose husband happens to be an SVT technician and does all the wrenching for her) increased the power on her ‘Stang with FRPP Hot Rod cams, a B&M short throw shifter, 4.10 gears, BBK long tube headers, and a BBK x-pipe, not to mention a C&L cold air intake and a custom tune. Not one to neglect style, Anne-Marie hooked her GT up with sequential tail lights, smoked side marker covers, a rear spoiler delete, top and bottom billet grilles, and custom flat black painted stripes. She’s also got a push-button engine start, some tasteful billet touches in the engine bay, and 20″ Bullitt rims.
Tyler Creek fell in love with a friend’s Bright Atlantic Blue Cobra in high school, so as soon as he was finished with college, he picked up his own blue Cobra. To make it his own, Tyler added a JLT intake, a Diablosport chip, and MGW shifter, an aluminum driveshaft, 4.30 gears, and an Eaton differential. He also upgraded the suspension with Eibach Pro Kit springs, and UPR upper and lower control arms. The only changes to the original styling are a set of 18X9 chrome Y2K style wheels and chrome bumper letter inserts.
Michael Gregorio’s 1991 GT is easy on the eyes, but tough to beat on the street. With a Vortech Supercharger S-Trim, GT40P heads, a Cobra intake, an E303 cam, FMS 1.6 roller rockers, an FMS 65 mm throttle body, a 70mm mass air flow meter, FMS 30 lb injectors, and more, Michael has pulled out all the stops to max out his performance. He’s also added a Mishimoto aluminum radiator, a MAC long-tube header and off-road h-pipe, Flowmaster 2-1/2″ catback exhaust, an upgraded fuel pump, an adjustable fuel pressure regulator, and upgraded clutch and ignition components. He’s also beefed up the rest of the car with upgraded brakes, Moser 28 spline axles, 3.73 gears, BBK rear control arms, Double Cross subframe connectors, a strut tower brace, and KYB shocks and struts. Except for the Cervini’s hood, all of the body panels are original with Ford’s VIN numbers. The GT has been dyno’d at 426 RWHP and 414 RWTQ.