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Classic Design Concepts announces shaker hood system for the 2010 V6 Mustang

By - August 11, 2010 – 7:50 amNo Comment | 894 views

Classic Design Concepts, an innovative leader in the automotive restyling industry, has released a new V6 Shaker System for the 2010 Ford Mustang.  The company is also readying a shaker hood system for the new power plants in the 2011 model Mustang. Dealers and owners of the new car can now modify the exterior of their 2010 Mustangs with this high-quality accessory.  Like many of CDC’s products, the V6 Shaker System is manufactured in the United States and built to precise O.E. specifications for excellent fit and finish.  CDC was one of the first companies to offer restyling products for the 2010 Mustang.

“Mustang owners are looking for ways to enhance their ride for the summer cruising season, and we’re excited to offer them the V6 Shaker System for the 2010 Mustang,” said George Huisman, president of Classic Design Concepts.  “This new product enhances the visual appeal of the new Mustang considerably, giving it a more aggressive appearance.”

Along with giving the Mustang a great look, the Shaker System is designed to prevent water from entering the engine making the system safe and functional in all weather conditions.  It requires no paint and utilizes the design of the factory aluminum hood for a straightforward installation.  The system also increases air flow, which results in performance gains similar to those of a typical cold air intake.

“The functionality and look of the V6 Shaker System is an undeniable combination,” added Huisman.  “It is a must-have for any Mustang owner.”

The summer surprises don’t stop there. Currently in the works, CDC is re-engineering the shaker system for the new 5.0 L V8 and the 3.7 L V6 engines.  They will be released in time for the CDC Open House and Woodward Dream Cruise this month.

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