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Retro-Styled Ford Mustang GT Powers Up For SEMA With 700 HP

motor1 logo motor1 6 days ago Jeff Perez
a police car parked in a parking lot: Retro Ford Mustang GT SEMA

Old-school aesthetics, new-school performance.

It’s that time of year: The SEMA show is right around the corner. Doors to the Las Vegas Convention Center officially open on November 5. In anticipation, a stunning supercharged Ford Mustang emerges from the shadows, ready to wow show-goers with wicked styling and impressive performance. 

The brainchild of NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Blaney and photographer Larry Chen, this one-of-a-kind Mustang wears a throwback red, black, and white livery inspired by the Ford GT40 race cars, which competed in the 1966 Daytona 24 hour race. Designed and rendered by Khyzyl Saleem, the Mustang also sports nifty 20-inch Fifteen52 Podium Super Touring wheels and ST Suspension XTA Coilovers, which give it a pretty mean stance.

"As an auto sports photographer who's been involved with racing for fifteen years, I've learned to see more of the finer details of the race cars and the drivers," says Larry Chen. "Ryan Blaney is truly the next generation of NASCAR and one of the most enthusiastic, passionate and talented drivers I've seen in years. I couldn't have been paired with a better partner to create this unique and one-of-a-kind Ford Mustang..."

The one-off Mustang will debut at the 500 race at Talladega (yes, real name) on Sunday, October 13 before strutting its stuff at SEMA in Las Vegas.

See What's Coming To SEMA:
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